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Ghost Stories - 61st BFI London Film Festival - Screening in Cult

Review: Ghost Stories (2017)

Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s Ghost Stories, which received its world premiere at the 61st BFI London Film Festival, really is something special. It...
61st BFI London Film Festival - Headline Galas, Strand Galas and Special Presentations

Review: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) (2017)

Baumbauch explores several familial themes in his latest comedy-drama film The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) and does so rather successfully. The film follows the Meyerowitz...

Review: Ingrid Goes West (2017)

Thematically rich and brimming with social poignancy, Ingrid Goes West asserts an important message - only to betray it with a bizarre and clumsy...

Review: Lean on Pete (2017)

Andrew Haigh’s Lean on Pete is horrendous and is a ludicrously awful attempt to show a loveable relationship between a boy and a failing...

Review: Pecking Order (2017)

This quirky and hilarious documentary follows ‘The Christchurch Poultry, Bantam and Pigeon Club’, their love of chickens and rivalries as they enter the 148th...

Review: mother!

Darren Aronofsky’s ‘mother!’ Is a ridiculous, fascinating and extraordinary experience that has possibly the most divided response to a film in recent memory. mother! Follows...

Review: Wind River (2017)

After Sicario and Hell or High Water, Taylor Sheridan’s chilling and haunting mystery Wind River completes the thrilling trilogy with skill and suspense. Set in...

Review: It (2017)

Andy Muschietti brings us the latest adaptation of Stephen King’s It. Wearing its cine-literate references on its sleeve, It brings to mind the Duffer...

Review: The Last War (1961)

Shüe Matsubayashi’s The Last War is a truly moving piece of cinema. Depicting the dreadful lead up to a global nuclear conflict, the film...

Review: Nina Kotova ‘Tchaikovsky’

Critically acclaimed Nina Kotova presents us with her latest album ‘Tchaikovsky’ in an astounding fashion. Nina Kotova has joined links with Russian maestro Vladimir Fedoseyev...