Christine: A Ground-Breaking Portrayal Of Mental Illness
Words from Liam Taft One area in which film, time and time again, has failed us is in its depiction...
Christine (2017) Review
Rebecca Hall is shatteringly brilliant in Christine; Antonio Campos' heartbreaking biopic. Here's our full review.
Professor Marston And The Wonder Women Release Details
Professor Marston And The Wonder Women has been released today on Digital Download, with its DVD release to follow on 19th March. Professor Marston And The Wonder Women is based on the extraordinary true story of the creator of one of the most iconic super heroes ever conceived, and the... Read more
The Dinner (2017) Review
A dinner that rarely delivers on its main course… It’s always a joy to witness Steve Coogan around a dinner table. After all, in recent times, he’s enthralled us with his impressions and random chatter with Rob Brydon in the brilliant The Trip, but his latest venture is a... Read more
LFF 2017 – Professor Marston and the Wonder Women Review
Lust, love, and lie-detectors in this surprising true story celebrating female superheroes both on and off the pages of comic books. Wonder Woman is hot property once again at the moment, with the recent entry into the DC Extended Universe, starring Gal Gadot as the eponymous heroine, being hailed... Read more
Christine: A Ground-Breaking Portrayal Of Mental Illness
Words from Liam Taft One area in which film, time and time again, has failed us is in its depiction of mental illness. Split, released just last month, saw controversial director M. Night Shyamalan return to form after a decade’s worth of box office flops. The film depicts James McAvoy,... Read more
Christine (2017) Review

Rebecca Hall is shatteringly brilliant in Christine; Antonio Campos’ heartbreaking biopic. Here’s our full review.

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