Sauvage is hard hitting and powerful filmmaking with performances to match. This is a film that isn’t afraid to show male prostitution in all its grim reality, while also demonstrating moments of tenderness and love. Sauvage never glamourises nor judges, leaving the audience to ultimately decide its core messages Read our full review here
Ted Bundy was one of the most notorious serial killers of modern American history, viciously murdering and raping over 30 women in the 1970’s. During much of that time Bundy had a female partner, who has often been sidelined as a victim of his manipulation, multiple personalities and deadly charm. Loosely based on the book …
At 34 years old Goonies still provides a journey into adventure, fantasy and emerging adolescence unparalleled in its sheer vision and creativity. Goonies enthrals it’s younger audience while asking its older viewers to suspend the realities of adulthood and remember the excitement, discovery and energy of youth.
While there are elements of Kubrick’s classic that may now look worn, this is a film that still delivers a unique and audacious vision, reflecting social issues still present in modern society
Inspired by the real life story of Nora Monsecour. Lucas Dhont brings us a beautiful coming of age debut feature, exploring the emotional and physical complexity of transitioning gender for young people. Starting at one of the most prestigious dance schools in Belgium, Lara (Victor Polster) not only contends with the tough training of the …
From its stripped back poster design to the invention of the modern horror/sci-fi genre Alien has imbedded itself in modern cinematic history, as a film that truly took cinema into the coldest reaches of space. Combining the emergence of 1970s slasher film with 1950s B-Movies and a stark modern vision of space exploration, its impact …
This is a film of hope over adversity that is warm, endearing and challenging. It’s sense of place, time and culture are beautifully constructed and delivered. A remarkable true story that is brought to the big screen with care and love. Click for more
Its June 1989, I am 12 years old and eagerly awaiting the next instalment of the Bond franchise; Timothy Daltons second film playing the iconic spy.
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Here are 10 alternative films for those of you spending Valentines Day alone. So sit back with a big box of chocolates, a glass of your favourite tipple and enjoy a night on your own. Single is so much easier!
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Long before Timothee Chalamet’s realistic and emotive performance in Beautiful Boy, Leonardo Di Caprio took on the role of a teenage Jim Carol in the The Basketball Diaries. Both films explore the damage, family breakdown and complexity of teenage addiction, and both are based on the real life stories of two young men living through addiction. Click for more