London Film Festival
VOD film review: The FeastNovember 21, 2022 | James R
This distinctive, gruesome tale of just desserts is a wickedly timely directorial debut from Welsh filmmaker Lee Haven Jones.Read More
London Film Festival 2022: The online line-up and how it worksOctober 5, 2022 | James R
It’s that time of year again: the London Film Festival is upon us. After two years of a hybrid approach, 2021 will once again see the BFI’s festival head both into cinemas and online.
The 66th edition of the festival … Read More
VOD film review: BenedettaJuly 1, 2022 | Anton Bitel
Spiritual quest for the divine, or softcore salaciousness? Paul Verhoeven’s knowing nunsploitation flick lets you decide.Read More
VOD film review: FleeFebruary 11, 2022 | Katherine McLaughlin
This exquisitely crafted animation based on a refugee’s tale is tense, unpredictable and profoundly moving.Read More
Munich: The Edge of War review: A gripping, timely thrillerJanuary 21, 2022 | James R
Personal and national loyalties collide in the shadow of WWII in this gripping, timely political thriller.Read More
Encounter review: Moving, unsettling sci-fiDecember 10, 2021 | James R
A superb turn from Riz Ahmed grounds this moving, gripping, unsettling sci-fi thriller.Read More
VOD film review: The Storms of Jeremy ThomasDecember 10, 2021 | James R
This inspiring, entertaining celebration of the iconic British producer is a treat for film lovers.Read More
Watch: New trailer for Amazon’s EncounterNovember 18, 2021 | James R
Riz Ahmed and Octavia Spencer are headed to Amazon Prime Video this Christmas, and a new trailer gives us a first look at their Encounter.
Directed by Beast helmer Michael Pearce, the sci-fi film follows a decorated Marine who goes … Read More
Watch: New trailer for The Power of the DogNovember 7, 2021 | James R
It’s only a matter of weeks until Jane Campion finally makes her return to the big screen with her first film in 12 years.
Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Jesse Plemons and Elisabeth Moss, The Power of the Dog is based … Read More
Shudder UK film review: The MediumOctober 17, 2021 | Anton Bitel
Putting the sham in shamanism, Banjong Pisanthanakun’s terrifying mockumentary makes the medium the message.