Category Archive: film review

Film Review: Eye in the Sky

Eye in the Sky explores the newfound mundanity and shifting political concerns of murder in the detached world of drone warfare.

Lee Scratch Perry’s Vision of Paradise

Lee Scratch Perry has just reached the grand old age of 80 and to celebrate, a film following the last 15 years of his life is being released.

Film Review: Rams is full of pathos

We know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking how good it would be to go and see a film about sheep farming in rural Iceland.

Film Review: Sherpa tells a tragic tale

This BAFTA nominated documentary looks at the 2014 Everest climbing season. But, my goodness, it does much more than that.

Film Review: A Bigger Splash

Director of the Academy Award-nominated “I am Love”, Luca Guadagnino returns with A Bigger Splash, starring Tilda Swinton.

Star Wars at St.George OpenAir Cinema

When Star Wars was released last December, we were so pant-wettingly excited that we had to see it on the opening night.

Film Review: Spotlight cuts deep

The revelation of truth is always shocking, especially in relation to a story involving the cover-up of the sexual abuse of children.

Film Review: Carol is perfectly judged

Written by Phyllis Nagy, Carol is an adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s highly acclaimed and seminal novel The Price of Salt.

Something You Said’s top films of 2015

We’ve already told you what the best albums were of 2015, now our contributors vote for their favourite films of the year.

Film review: Phoenix is beautifully crafted

Phoenix is not only a film about the Nelly’s recovery as a Holocaust survivor but presents us with a beautifully crafted tale.

Film Review: Robert Mond’s The Subjects

Addy Fong checks out the latest piece of visual-psychological experimentation from Robert Mond for

Review: Foodies – The Culinary Jetset

As someone who attends numerous food-related events, I understand exactly what a serious business food blogging is. They way bloggers perfectly line-up their photographs of the culinary delights before them, it’s clear the aesthetic… Read More

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