King T’Challa, the new Black Panther, is charged with defending his secretive, technologically advanced kingdom from outsiders – but soon faces challenges to his reign.
This slow-burning and deeply unsettling psychological chamber piece from Chile will divide opinions no doubt but even those offended by the film’s content will have to agree that the performances here are not only impressive but make for a memorable experience... which ever way you may look upon the movie.
Shape of Water
Alien in the water fantasy that blends Guillermo's taste for the fantastical and societies taste for the profoundly optimistic. With both just about making it across the line.
The Shape of Water
Guillermo del Toro is back to his best with this film, a haunting and beautiful love story that extends beyond the realms of traditional romance.
The Mercy tells the fascinating story of amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst's ill-fated voyage.
A cross cultural trip that falls flat on its face due to empty stereotypes, poor scripting and below average ideas.
This Beautiful Fantastic
This Beautiful Fantastic tells the story of Bella Brown (Jessica Brown Findlay), a peculiar librarian loner, who has ruptured the nerve of her self-proclaimed ‘nemesis’ neighbour, Alfie (Tom Wilkinson), through her apprehensive unwillingness to tackle the overgrown muddle that once resembled her back garden.
Disturbing, politically complex, and based on true events: Árpád Sopsits’ bleak thriller won 9 Hungarian film awards and re-opens history in more ways than just one.
To the Devil a Daughter
It should have been inevitable that Hammer would make another film based on a Dennis Wheatley black magic novel after the success of the tense and excellent THE DEVIL RIDES OUT. For some reasons it was nine years before this occurred and the result is the inferior TO THE DEVIL A DAUGHTER from 1976.
The title of the film is a signpost as Andrey Zvyagintsev (Leviathan) puts the viewer through the emotional ringer of a marital breakup, a vanishing and social disintegration.