Film Reviews

45 years

Early on in 45 Years, Tom Courtenay’s Geoff receives a letter from Switzerland pertaining to a significant event (which I will


In 2005, Tim Story gave us The Fantastic Four, followed in 2007 by Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.


Bearing in mind this new release is the fifth instalment in the series, it would be easy to think that


Orson Welles was weighty. I think that’s universally agreed. Influence-wise, in terms of mythologising and the shadow cast over subsequent


It’s a well-known fact that if it doesn’t have a Pixar short at the start, it’s not a proper Pixar film. Inside


Pixar, for a long time, has invested in the theme of emotions. ‘What if toys had emotions?’ (Toy Story), ‘What


The ‘found footage’ trope for horror films is rapidly becoming the norm, robbing the genre of much, if not all,


Depicting the history of the ‘French Touch’, a child of House music from the early 90s, through the perspective of


The latest installment in the massive Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) introduces its smallest character yet, Ant-Man. But does it continue


In October 1888, Louis Le Prince shot a 2.11 second sequence titled Roundhay Garden Scene followed by the faintly longer