4.5

Down Under Review

Down Under opens with a text message that sparked the fire that was the Cronulla riots. News footage plays out the brutal physical assault on people of all nationalities, wrapping up with a line from a news rep...
2

High-Rise Review

J.G. Ballard’s High-Rise was written as a response to the escalating class divide during seventies era Britain. As council flats for the lower class grew, the decadent society of the wealthy increased. As a gra...
4

Star Trek Beyond Review

Under the direction of series newcomer, Justin Lin, this story of the crew of the Starship Enterprise doing what they do best feels like the most thematically faithful modern Star Trek film. An unknown ship app...
Jake Gyllenhaal
1

Demolition Review

Welcome to Man Child: The Movie. Demolition is the latest film from Jean-Marc Vallèe - you may know him as the director who helped add an Oscar to Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto’s bathroom shelves with Dal...
5

The Wailing (곡성/Goksung) Review

Trying to explain the intricacies of a fever dream to someone is as desperate and difficult to grasp as the loose strands of the dream itself. You start by telling about the naked woman standing outside the pol...
3.5

Art of the Prank Review

There’s something joyful about sitting down and watching a film that you have no prior knowledge of before it’s unveiled on the silver screen in front of you. There’s no pre-conceived notions as to what the fil...
4

An (Sweet Bean) Review

Films are just like food. They nourish, they enrich, they provide an energy you can't find anywhere else. Just like food, films follow a set of ingredients - you have a script, you add a director, you fold in a...
1

Warcraft Review

As Meat Loaf once sang, two out three aint bad. Except, maybe, when that third film in your oeuvre happens to be Warcraft. Duncan Jones had a good run, having made the notable sci-fi films Moon and Source Code ...