Top Rated Films

Baby Driver – A High Octane Musical Thriller

Baby Driver arrived in UK cinemas with bang on the 27th June 2017. The films carefully selected musical score humming with the energy of a high-octane engine. While its narrative played with several genres ranging from the action thriller to the heist movie. However, very few people would label Baby Driver as a musical. Possibly …

Now Available to Stream or Buy – Horrible Histories the Movie: Rotten Romans

Based on the hit books by Terry Deary, Horrible Histories first hit TV screens in 2009. The shows unique format mixing historical fact and fiction with humour, battles and songs. Providing children and adults alike with a delightful mix of fun and learning. Its anarchic recipe made the TV show and instant success for Children’s …

Now Available to Stream or Buy – Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound

How often do you walk into a cinema and truly reflect on the sound of the film you are watching? We all consume sound in film without ever really thinking about its creation and origins. Simply expecting the film to submerge us into drama, fantasy, horror or comedy. Making Waves beautifully explores the talent and …

Now Available to Stream or Buy – Apollo 11

Very few documentaries have the power to transport you back to a specific time and place; Apollo 11 is one of those documentaries. Director Todd Douglas Miller taking you back to the hot summer of 1969. NASA’s beautifully restored 65mm footage creating the aesthetic of live TV coverage. Every scene oozing the excitement, adrenaline and …

Joker (Review) – A bold, daring, devastating and beautiful film

Few films in the past five years have divided critical and audience opinion to the extent of ‘Joker’. Comments on the film have ranged from “It laughs at disability” through to “It is a dangerous exploration of mental health”. However, the truth is ‘Joker’ opens an uncomfortable door into societies views on criminality, isolation and …

Saint Maud (Review) – Visceral horror of the highest order

Spoiler Free Religious fervour mixes with mental illness in a film that takes you to the very edges of psychological horror. Director Rose Glass’ debut feature providing visceral horror of the highest order. Wrapping its audience in a nerve shredding world of mental decline. The escape door firmly closed as we follow a deeply troubled …

Knives Out (Review) – A genre reborn in a sizzling whodunit

Spoiler Free Knives Out is pure cinematic joy, director Rian Johnson breathing new life into the classic whodunit genre. With a knowing nod of appreciation to the genius of Agatha Christie and dark wit of Hitchcock. All wrapped up with delicious humour and a cutting dissection of modern America. In a large sprawling manor house …

This is Not Berlin (Review) – Coming of age in a haze of art, sex, music and drugs

‘Esto no es Berlín’ Hari Sama’s semi-autobiographical new film ‘This is Not Berlin’ buzzes with the vibrant and intoxicating energy of 1980’s counterculture. The freshly emerging punk and new wave scene of Mexico City sweeping two teenage friends into a newly emerging world of art, sex, risk and liberation. The boys friendship challenged and changed …

Monsoon (Review) – A delicate and heartfelt journey into cultural identity and belonging

Hong Khaou’s second film ‘Monsoon‘ follows on from the themes of grief, cultural identity and belonging of his first feature ‘Lilting‘. While also charting a different path to his debut feature. As he explores the death of a parent and the need of second generation children to discover the cultural identity and heritage of family. …

The Lighthouse (Review) – How long have we been on this rock?

Spoiler Free Quick Read Review The waves batter an isolated rock, as the gulls circle looking for their next meal. The beaming torch of the barnacled lighthouse providing safety for travelling sailors. While the keepers of the light slowly descend into insanity. Following his 2015 horror masterpiece The Witch, Director Roger Eggers gives us a …