'Red Sparrow' – Review

Red Sparrow carries the femme fatale spy thriller back to its cinematic heyday, thematically mirroring 1940’s film noir, but it is undoubtedly Jennifer Lawrence’s acting prowess as the titular vixen that steals the show.


'Inland Empire' – Throwback Classic Film Review

After a 5 year hiatus, David Lynch returns with Inland Empire, a work so surreal it makes his 2001 masterpiece, Mulholland Drive, look like a linear and straightforward narrative. A film so intense, that it develops a mind of its own. Going deeper and deeper into the nightmare, the Lynchian comeback blurs the line between what’s real and what’s not.


'Dead Ringers' – Throwback Classic Film Review

Throughout their life an equilibrium had been maintained between Beverly and Elliot Mantle (Jeremy Irons), identical twins who work as gynaecologists. Specialising in female fertility, the charming and more charismatic of the duo — Elliot — seduces members of their clientele, sleeps with them and then passes them on to his shy, sensitive other half — Beverly, without any of the women realising the change.


'High-Rise' – Review

Seventeen years after the great Stanley Kubrick left this earth, Ben Wheatley’s latest film High Rise is something I can picture the great man himself salivating over. Problems and all.


'Assassin’s Creed' – Trailer World Premiere

The trailer for the upcoming Assassin’s Creed film has just premiered on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

The film based on the popular video-game of the same name stars Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard, in their second collaboration with Australian director Justin Kurzel.