“The Neon Demon” Is Divisive, Dividing & Above All Original

Refn has clearly cast a cold and calculated eye over the human condition and found it gloriously wanting in The Neon Demon...
Posted On 27 Nov 2016

“10 Cloverfield Lane” Is A Thrilling Reminder What Cinema Is Capable Of

We review 10 Cloverfield Lane, the spiritual sequel to 2008's overrated found footage hit Cloverfield...
Posted On 25 Nov 2016

“Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown” Is High Farce In A World Of Make Believe

This film lover has had something uniquely spiky lavished on his retina never to be forgotten. Welcome then to Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown...
Posted On 29 Sep 2016

“Midnight Special” Is A Clear Step Forward For A Talented Auteur

Jeff Nichols takes us on another fascinating journey that twists its way to a surprising climax...
Posted On 10 Sep 2016

“The Gingerbread Man” Is Only Noteworthy As An Example Of What Happens When You Jump On A Novelist’s Bandwagon

Robert Altman finds adapting John Grisham's The Gingerbread Man a far tougher chore than some of his contemporaries...
Posted On 31 Aug 2016

“Miles Ahead” Gives Us A Taste Of Genius

Don Cheadle stars as Miles Davis in this excellent biopic of the acclaimed jazz musician's life...
Posted On 31 Aug 2016

Ken Loach’s “Poor Cow” Has Lost None Of Its Vibrancy 50 Years On

Ken Loach's first "proper film" Poor Cow has been fully restored by Studio Canal in collaboration with the BFI’s Unlocking Film Heritage programme...
Posted On 01 Aug 2016

“600 Miles” Is A Study Of Culture As Much As Character

Tim Roth stars in this tale of an unlikely friendship between a gun runner and the ATF agent he holds hostage...
Posted On 27 Jul 2016