Caroline Colvin explains how “Donnie Darko” remains a touchstone of millennial film culture.
Pihla Pekkarinen takes a look at the first entirely oil painted film in cinematic history. The hypnotic quality of the moving brushstrokes mesmerises from the opening credits of the film. […]
Maria Düster reviews Marvel’s latest blockbuster. Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok offers a much-needed reboot to the Thor franchise. It is jam-packed with the humor, action, and engaging characters the first […]
Milo Garner reviews Haneke’s latest drama. Happy End is not a title one would expect to see attached to a film by Michael Haneke. Haneke’s films are typified by their […]
Sophie O’Sullivan examines the smouldering legacy of Nichols’ romantic drama. Mike Nichols’ Closer (2004) is a seductive study into indulgent adult relationships in a world which unrealistically accommodates whatever the heart desires. Closer […]