Ingrid Goes West
This witty and surprisingly nuanced dark comedy plays like The King of Comedy meets All About Eve for the Instagram generation. We first encounter Ingrid (Plaza) crashing a we...
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
Flawed but fascinating, this biographical drama recounts the unorthodox life of ‘Wonder Woman’ creator, William Moulton Marston. Marston (Evans) is a Harvard psychology profes...
Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool
Another fascinating true-life story, this low-key Brit film charts the May-December romance between a young British actor Peter Turner and fading Hollywood star Gloria Grahame...
Battle of the Sexes
While very broad, this retelling of the titular tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, which caused a media sensation when staged in 1973, manages to be an end...
Blade Runner: The Final Cut Special Edition on 4K UHD
Visually spectacular, intensely action-packed and powerfully prophetic since its debut, Blade Runner returns in Ridley Scott's definitive Final Cut, including extended scenes ...
Blu-ray/DVD: The Red Turtle
Studio Ghibli’s audacious collaboration with Dutch, London-based Oscar-winning animator Michaël Dudok de Wit - available on DVD and Blu-ray now - is a fable as elusive as it q...
British director Joe Stephenson’s debut, released earlier this year and out on DVD and Blu-ray now, adapted from Freddie Machin’s play, is one of 2017’s most striking debuts.
The Death of Stalin
Armando ‘The Thick of It’, ‘Veep’ Iannucci’s trademark satirical blend of torturous political machinations and profanity translates surprisingly well to 1953 Russia with this ...
The Glass Castle
Director Cretton reunites with Brie Larson, the star of his breakthrough picture Short Term 12, for this wildly uneven and misjudged adaptation of journalist-turned-author Jea...
This entertaining if slightly undercooked Kiwi documentary, or flockumentary, if you will, chronicles the rivalries and power struggles at the Christchurch Poultry, Bantam and...
Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami
It should be impossible to make a boring film about diva Grace Jones, yet, somehow, Sophie Fiennes has managed it. Filmed over a ten-year-period, although we would never know ...
Slight in running time at a mere seventy-one minutes, and in content, Sally Potter’s clumsy comedy of manners is a tardy satire on New Labourite luvvies. Scott Thomas is Janet...
This British Scandinavian-set horror, adapted from the novel by Adam Nevill, sports the odd atmospheric moment of spookiness but ultimately feels derivative and anti-climactic...