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Review – Freak Show

Freak Show follows a queer and fabulous teen in a bildungsroman that fails to hit the nail on the head despite how much it bashes you over the head with its hammer of inclusiveness...

Review – That Good Night

John Hurt's final foray in the Portuguese Algarve is a sun-drenched, sweet reflection on family dynamics and the road towards, in Dylan Thomas' words, 'that good nig...

Review – A Prayer Before Dawn

Based on the memoir by Billy Moore, A Prayer Before Dawn is the true story of a heroin addict incarcerated in a Thai prison, who battles his demons in the Muay Thai boxing ring to ...

Review – Destiny

Destiny reveals the downsides of online dating, the ability to make snap judgements on a swipe and then discard the individual, blocking them entirely from your life if they aren’t...

Review – The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

Lily James and the rest of the cast of Downton Abbey star in this sweet wartime drama-romance about a book club keeping more than one secret up their sleeve.

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.

Richard Linklater delivers a touching tale about old friends and the traumas of war

Richard Linklater's road trip film provides Steve Carell with opportunity to shine as a grieving widow and father, but even with Hollywood heavyweight Laurence Fishburne and Bryan ...

Dark River is a deeply distressing social realist tale from writer-director Clio Barnard 

A dark family secret and troubled sibling relationship form the central theme of Clio Barnard’s latest inspired offering set amongst the gloomy Yorkshire Moors. Inspired by Ros...

The Miniaturist review: perfectly watchable, perfectly forgettable

After the last-minute cancellation of an Agatha Christie adaptation, the BBC’s hopes for blockbuster Christmas TV programming fell largely on the unassuming shoulders of The Miniat...

Happy End Review: Haneke returns with a morbid satire

Happy End is a morbid satire from director Michael Haneke but its somewhat of a departure from the dark, discomforting style we've come to expect from the Palme d'Or-winning filmma...