Unpredictable, terrifying, and completely unforgettable, Darren Aronofsky’s mother! is like nothing you’ve seen before. It’s refreshing to see a marketing campaign like the one for Darren Aronofsky’s latest film, mother! The trailers have been shrouded in secrecy, and the posters have been nothing short of magnificent. One of the... Read more
Colin Trevorrow’s latest is a detestable, embarrassing effort, and a very serious contender for the worst film of 2017. How do you solve a problem like The Book of Henry? How is it that Colin Trevorrow, responsible for massive blockbusters Jurassic World and the forthcoming Star Wars Episode IX,... Read more
Beautiful, touching and compelling, we may just have the best animated film of the year… Beating out box-office sensation Your Name for Animation of the Year at the Japan Academy Awards, In This Corner of the World comes with a considerable pedigree. Director Sunao Katabuchi (Mai Mai Miracle) worked... Read more
Welcome to It Takes Two, a new column which dives into a specific year of filmmaking. One will be a major release from the year, be it a massive awards success or a box-office dynamo. The other will be a hidden gem, something that may have been a critical... Read more
Florence Pugh is exceptional is the deliriously dark period drama Lady Macbeth. Here’s our official review.
There are tons of independent, arthouse, & foreign language films to seek out in 2017. Here we showcase 20 essential viewings.
With news of a Toni Erdmann remake starring Kristen Wiig & Jack Nicholson, we ask the question that everyone is thinking: why?
Alive faces her toughest challenge yet in video-game sequel Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. Here’s our official verdict.
Chazelle’s postmodern musical La La Land equals the Oscar record for the most nominations with 14.
Keanu Reeves’ action hero returns in John Wick: Chapter Two this February – and if this latest clip is anything to go by, he’s back in a big way. The follow up to Chad Stahelski and David Leitch’s John Wick sees a reluctant Wick come face to face with... Read more
Hugh Bonneville and Gillian Anderson star in historical drama Viceroy’s House. Here’s a new clip.
Martin Scorsese’s Silence, based on Shusaku Endo’s novel of the same name, has been twenty-five years in the making. It’s also a markedly unusual turn-out from the director of Taxi Driver, Gangs of New York and Wolf of Wall Street – although drenched in similar levels of violence and... Read more