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Review: My Generation

Michael Caine's My Generation takes a skin-deep look at the permissive society with the help of some of the 300 people that made it big.

Review: Tomb Raider

Alicia Vikander is sublime as arrow-firing heroine, Lara Croft, in an origins reboot of Tomb Raider that defers from its gaming roots, but doesn't quite hit the bullseye.

The Parkinsons: A long way to nowhere

Caroline Richards' portrait of the noughties' answer to the Sex Pistols should come with a warning: contains nudity, profanity, alcohol abuse, violence and incitement to ...

Review: Netflix’s Annihilation

Alex Garland adapts Jeff VanderMeer's Southern Reach Trilogy for Netflix in this female-led, surreal and ultimately shrug-worthy sci-fi thriller.

Review: The Bachelors

JK Simmons, Josh Wiggins and Julie Delpy star in this drama about a father and son trying to navigate life and love after the loss of their wife and mother.

Does Veronica live up to the hype?

Short answer: no. Long answer: Veronica is a expertly shot demonic horror flick but it certainly isn't the most terrifying film you've ever seen.
Addison and Lyle in Virginia Minnesota Conquest Film Festival

Virginia Minnesota review: a feel-good, indie charmer

In his first feature film, Daniel Stine’s Virginia Minnesota stars Aurora Perrineau and Rachel Hendrix as two long lost friends, reunited on a 24 hour road trip. 

Gomorrah Season 3 is dirty, dangerous and beautiful

When the BBC’s much-anticipated gangster thriller McMafia hit the small screens in January, it was met with a lukewarm response. But critics missed perhaps its greatest achievement...

How does the Oscar-nominated The Shape of Water shape up?

The Shape Of Water is a fantastically dark fairytale story from Guillermo del Toro that's both emotionally moving and steadfastly unflinching. In lesser hands, a film that featu...

Hedy Lamarr: An overlooked inventor who fought to be recognised for her intellect, not just her beauty

“Any girl can be glamorous. All you have to do is stand still and look stupid.” This thought-provoking quotation by Hedy Lamarr is presented early on in Bombshell, the new docum...