Josephine Decker’s Shirley is no ordinary biopic but is instead a powerful evocation of Shirley Jackson’s iconic brand of psychological horror grounded in a chilling Elisabeth Moss performance.
Pete Davidson trips all over himself trying to grab the crown in this stale retread of Judd Apatow’s ‘man-child-grows-up’ genre.
2019 was an incredible year for film, but you might not know it from watching the Oscars. Here are six films that are thrilling, gorgeous, innovative, emotional – and have all been ignored by the Academy.
The coverage of New York Film Festival continues with the much hyped Parasite, Joker, Beanpole, Motherless Brooklyn and more.
The first week of New York Film Festival featured the hotly anticipated Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Pain and Glory, Marriage Story, First Cow, and more.
Kelly Reichardt’s film about old friends on a weekend camping trip is a perfect showcase of her mastery of pace and tone, and a great entry point into her filmography.
James Gray follow up to The Lost City of Z is a brutal sci-fi film that captures the inter-generational conflict over climate change.
A review of the startling Styx (2019). This taut moral thriller explores the costs of inaction in the face of crisis.
A quick guide to get you up to speed with some of the very best films to have come out this year.