Multicultural London gets the film noir treatment from director Pete Travis in Patrick Neate’s City of Tiny Lights.
Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire is a Tarantino-esque splatterfest of bullets and bad jokes.
Rehabilitating the hitman with Japanese kindness, Sabu’s Mr Long flickers between moments of splendour, kitsch and sentimentality.
A clarion call against the mistreatment of animals and the hunting confederacy of men, against Agnieszka Holland’s Spoor loses its way in the snowy mountains.
Flashily shot, ultra-violent and at times absurd. Paul Schrader’s fast-moving failed heist movie stars Nicholas Cage and Willem Dafoe. Dog Eat Dog CAUTION: Here…Read More
Nocturnal Animals, Tom Ford’s mesmerising second feature after the acclaimed A Single Man is a visually stunning and disturbingly gripping examination of the connection…Read More
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Brimstone is an almost unbearably violent take on the Western with a strong female character at its centre. Brimstone CAUTION: Here be spoilers More…Read More
Slick, glossy, visually exciting, Ryan Bonder’s The Brother is an attention-grabbing thriller. The Brother CAUTION: Here be spoilers The Brother is a story of…Read More
Sean Ellis’s gripping and gruesome Second World War thriller shines a light on a little-known true story of heroism. Anthropoid CAUTION: Here be spoilers…Read More
In Hell or High Water,
Ain’t no mountain high enough, Baltasar Kormákur’s Everest climbs the nuts and bolts of the fight to the summit without descending into human conflict.
A fictional retelling of the bloody final days of the Medellin cartel, Andrea Di Stefano’s Escobar: Paradise Lost brings a personal touch to Escobar’s violence.
A fast-paced and tense police thriller, Hans Herbots’ The Treatment plumbs the murky depths of child abuse and male impotence.