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A Ghost Story (2017)

Expectations of David Lowery’s A Ghost Story before embarking on the picture, to most, are that of a horror story, but this tender circle of eternity love story couldn’t be further from the normal perception of a horror story. The horror…

Maudie (2016)

For most Sally Hawkins is an acquired taste, whilst some find performances a little on the niggling side, others find her a quiet, yet unassuming character actress who rolls effortlessly into any part she is given adding her own touch of…

47 Meters Down (2017)

If Jaws and last year’s Bikini clad outing of The Shallows didn’t petrify you out of the sea, this year’s shark infested manifestation, although formulaic, 47 Meters Down may just take a tremendous bite out of your bravado and set your…

Personal Shopper (2016)

Personal Shopper's reputation rightfully precedes it: Not for it's Indie credentials that stem from having French director Olivier Assayas at the helm; not for it's ambiguous (misleading?) title and genre-straddling subject matter, but for…

Dunkirk (2017)

After taking on the Batman franchise in 2005, British director Christopher Nolan has proven that he is not afraid to take on big-budget pictures. After completing his much-acclaimed Batman trilogy in 2012, he returned to the big screen in…

Cars 3 (2017)

We’ve been here before, in that pole position of familiarity, isn’t this where the franchise began? Cars 3 just covers the same racing track as once before but this time Lightning McQueen is on the brunt end of realisation filled with a…

It Comes at Night (2017)

A title such as It Comes At Night would suggest that Trey Edwards Shults has created an all out horror but that is far from what you get as nothing can prepare you for the submerging into a vat of tension and paranoia that constantly raises…

Hidden Figures (2017)

With only one directorial feature under his belt, director and screenwriter Theodore Melfi made his mark in Hollywood with his second film, which celebrates diversity and scientific achievements among women. Despite concerns that a film…

Song to Song (2017)

Anyone familiar with Terence Malick’s recent work will know commercialism is far from high on his agenda when it comes to his filmmaking style of sweeping camera shots and beautiful sprawling landscapes with clean cut lines of high…