Dunkirk

This much-anticipated release from director Christopher Nolan (Inception, Interstellar) is not a typical war film. In fact, it could be argued that it’s hardly a war film at all. Sure, it is a story set during World War 2, but it is more a rescue story than a combat film. Nolan isn’t interested in churning out […]

The Lure

If you have a penchant for Polish cannibal mermaid musicals, then The Lure is the movie for you. Combining elements of horror, romance and fantasy, first-time feature director Agnieszka Smoczyńska has created something quite unique that works remarkably well as a contemporary fairy tale. Although far removed from Disney’s The Little Mermaid (although who knows […]

Certain Women

When you have three of the best female actors working today in your film, it makes sense to have them on-screen together as much as possible, right? Not if you are Kelly Reichardt. A darling of independent American film, Reichardt has never been one to follow a particular formula and with Certain Women she has […]

Good Time

Make no mistake, the Robert Pattinson in Good Time is nothing like the Robert Pattinson we have seen on screen before, and that is a very good thing. Cast aside what you think about Pattinson from the body of work he has produced thus far and be prepared to discover just what he is capable […]

Festival Photos

The recent Teneriffe Festival and Currie Street Music Crawl produced of plenty of free live music performances, showcasing a diverse collection of talented local artists. Featured over the two weekends were the likes of Screamfeeder, Sahara Beck, Waxx, Tia Gostelow and plenty more. Photos from both events have been added to the gallery.

It Comes at Night

A tense post-apocalyptic thriller starring Australia’s Joel Edgerton, It Comes at Night is a creepy, claustrophobic descent into (justifiable) paranoia in the wake of a plague-like outbreak that has seemingly decimated the human population and remains uncontained. This is a story about a family teetering on the edge of a collapsed civilisation in which distrust, […]

Baby Driver

The opening moments of Baby Driver – a bank heist followed by an elaborately staged car chase sequence – sets the scene for what is to follow and introduces us to the particular skill set of the titular Baby (Ansel Elgort), a young man with a tragic past who is beholden to crime boss Doc […]