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Racer and the Jailbird (Le Fidèle)

 Michaël R. Roskam

Alasdair Bayman - 11-07-2018

And the Eurotrash stinker of the Summer award goes to... blend of thriller and melodrama entirely devoid of emotions that rescues a notion of femininity that should be deeply buried in the past - in cinemas Friday, July 13th [Read More...]

Summer 1993 (Estiu 1993)

Carla Simón

Richard Greenhill - 11-07-2018

Death through the eyes of a child: Splendid autobiographical drama investigates grief and confusion of six-year-old Spanish girl who lost her mother to Aids - in cinemas Friday, July 13th [Read More...]

The Butterfly Tree

Priscilla Cameron

Richard Greenhill - 06-07-2018

Aussie fantasy drama is an intoxicating cocktail of surrealism and adolescent imagination, shot with music video sensibilities on a surprisingly low budget - in cinemas Friday, July 13th [Read More...]

Path of Blood

Jonathan Hacker

Alasdair Bayman - 06-07-2018

Tête-à-tête with madness: Al-Qaeda home-movie footage captured by the security services reveals young men brainwashed into a disturbing sense of adventure that quickly morphs into insanity, in this well-crafted documentary - in cinemas Friday, July 13th [Read More...]


Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead

Jeremy Clarke - 05-07-2018

First time lucky? Benson & Moorhead’s ultra-low budget debut feature both anticipates and ties in with THE ENDLESS – out now as a second disc on the Blu-ray & DVD of The Endless [Read More...]

Father-Son Bootcamp (Père Fils Thérapie)

Émile Gaudreault

Victor Fraga - 05-07-2018

Your daddy loves you!!! Sarcastic and dry French comedy about fathers and sons attempting to rekindle their bond through group therapy has quite a few dirty surprises in store - on all major VoD platforms on July 9th as part of Walk This Way [Read More...]

Ideal Home

Andrew Fleming

Victor Fraga - 03-07-2018

Gay romcom featuring Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd blends anal plugs, cocaine and mental health problems with... childhood! Now also available on VoD [Read More...]

The Deer Hunter

Michael Cimino

Jeremy Clarke - 03-07-2018

Are you "man" enough to shoot? The lives of three Pennsylvania steelworkers are changed forever by their brutal experience at the Vietnam War - anti-war classic back in cinemas on Wednesday, July 4th [Read More...]

Postcards from the 48%

David Wilkinson

Victor Fraga - 02-07-2018

Do you hear the blues? They are everywhere! Highly insightful documentary provides detailed and finely corroborated arguments as to why Brexit is nothing short of a disaster, and it also conveys a necessary message of blue hope - in cinemas Friday, July 6th [Read More...]


Kevin Macdonald

Victor Fraga - 02-07-2018

She's every woman! Documentary about Whitney Houston (yes, another one!) contains unseen footage and a bombastic revelation, and it's moving enough even for non-fans - in cinemas Friday, July 5th. [Read More...]

Swimming with Men

Oliver Parker

Victor Fraga - 02-07-2018

The float monty! British comedy about a group of males who bond through synchronised swimming is as close as you will get to THE FULL MONTY, with your knickers on! in cinemas Friday, July 5th [Read More...]

I Can Quit Whenever I Want (Smetto Quando Voglio)

Sydney Sibilia

Redmond Bacon - 30-06-2018

Cash-strapped academics take arms in order to make ends meet, in Italian blend of gangster and comedy with flavours of Guy Ritchie and plenty of social commentary - available for digital streaming on July 9th as part of the Walk This Way collection [Read More...]

Sicario 2: Day of the Soldado

Stefano Sollima

Ben Flanagan - 29-06-2018

The sequel to Denis Villeneuve's neo-Western from three years ago is a reactionary piece of filmic drivel, teeming with prejudices, glaring falsehoods and sheer American propaganda - in cinemas now [Read More...]

The Endless

Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead

Jeremy Clarke - 26-06-2018

Second time lucky? Two brothers who escaped from a strange desert cult decide to go back for a second look, which may prove to be their undoing – in cinemas & digital HD on Friday, June 29th and on Blu-ray & DVD from Monday, 2nd July [Read More...]


Baltasar Kormákur

Victor Fraga - 26-06-2018

Real story of human resilience is profoundly moving, and it will twist and shake your notions of sanity and romance - in cinemas Friday, June 29th [Read More...]

In the Shadows (Gali Guleyan)

Dipesh Jain

Ben Flanagan - 25-06-2018

I think I'm going paranoid! Blend of neo-noir and kitchen sink realism set in the streets of Delhi will keep you unseated for most of its duration - from the London Indian Film Festival [Read More...]

Bengal Shadows

Joy Banerjee and Partho Bhattacharya

Victor Fraga - 23-06-2018

The REAL darkest hour of Churchill! Documentary reveals why the British Prime Minister is directly responsible for deaths of up to five million people during the Bengal famine of 1943 - from the London Indian Film Festival [Read More...]

Eaten by Lions

Jason Wingard

Eoghan Lyng - 21-06-2018

When Pete and Omar lose their beloved Gran they go in search of Omar's estranged father, confronting him on the day of his daughters’ engagement party - British comedy with Indian flavours shows at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and also at the London Indian Film Festival [Read More...]

Other Reviews

Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms
Japanese animation unusually directed by a female has a very interesting twist on motherhood and is worth a watch, despite the highly elliptical narrative - in cinemas Wednesday, June 27th [Read More...]

Cold War (Zimna Wojna)
Director of the instant classic IDA returns with an equally stunning "melodrama" dealing with Polish identity, war allegiances and the inability to settle down, all harmonically tied together by sumptuous music - from the Edinburgh International Film Festival [Read More...]

In The Fade (Aus dem Nichts)
German thriller starring an electrifying Diane Kruger blends an explosive mixture of neo-Nazi terrorism, pan-European fundamentalism and court drama - in cinemas Friday, June 22nd [Read More...]

Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat
Dirty words, scrawls and scribbles! Documentary about one of the most subversive artists of the 20th century, who treated the entire world much like his own private scrapbook, investigates a very specific segment of his life - in cinemas Friday, June 22nd [Read More...]

What happens when a humanoid outsmarts its creators? British sci-fi has good performances, but doesn't add much to the sci-fi genre - available for digital download on July 9th and on DVD on July 16th [Read More...]

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