LFF 2019: Color Out Of Space - Review
Trippy cosmic horror Color Out Of Space sees cult icon Richard Stanley and legend Nic Cage unite to finally do H.P Lovecraft justice on the big screen.
LFF 2019: Bad Education - Review
Beyond such a phenomenal central performance from Hugh Jackman, Bad Education falls short as anything more than a solid small-town crime drama.
LFF 2019: Uncut Gems - Review
A scintillating Adam Sandler performance sees the Safdie Brothers’ Uncut Gems loudly break into the awards conversation.
LFF 2019: The Irishman - Review
One of Martin Scorsese's best films, this is cinema at its finest.
Zombieland: Double Tap Review - Well Worth The Wait
An incredibly funny second instalment that was well worth the wait. The zombie comedy sequel achieves what few do and surpasses its predecessor.
The Laundromat Review - A Showcase For Soderbergh's Craft, But Strangely Hollow
Soderbergh is a wonderfully unfussy technical filmmaker, and The Laundromat is a fine showcase of his contemporary craft, with excellent performances from Streep and Oldman.
LFF 2019: A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood - Review
Tom Hanks dazzles as American hero Fred Rogers in A Beautiful Day In the Neighbourhood, the loveliest film of 2019.
LFF 2019: Our Ladies - Review
A group of girls are let loose in Edinburgh, letting go of their worries, just looking for a good time, something you don't see at the cinema often.
LFF 2019: Little Joe - Review
Hausner has created a visually stunning and intelligent sci-fi horror, which is disturbing in its central themes, and funny with its dark sense of humour.
LFF 2019: The Aeronauts - Review
Despite some technical turbulence, star turns from Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones makes Tom Harper’s The Aeronauts take flight.