Monthly Archives: September 2017

Film review: mother!

It’s commonplace for viewers to adopt a passive approach at the cinema, but a filmmaker that continually challenges audiences and encourages debate is Darren Aronofsky, known for bringing his dark directorial visions to the big screen. With his latest psychological … Continue reading

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Film review: IT

Stephen King terrified readers with his iconic horror novel back in 1986, which was adapted into a cult television movie. Now the red carpet has been rolled out as it receives a fresh adaptation with director Andy Muschietti pulling the … Continue reading

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Film review: Wind River

Taylor Sheridan has already made quite an impact on cinema in recent years, penning the scripts for Sicario and Hell or High Water with acclaimed filmmakers at the helm. Now he has returned to the director’s chair for mystery drama Wind … Continue reading

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Film review: Logan Lucky

Steven Soderbergh announced his retirement from filmmaking back in 2003 to focus on oil painting but after already going back on his word to direct for television, now he makes his fully fledged feature comeback with comedy crime caper Logan … Continue reading

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Must-See Movies of September 2017

As we creep slowly and surely into awards territory, I pick out the films you can’t afford to miss this month at the movies… IT It’s fair to say that last month’s Stephen King cinema adaptation The Dark Tower didn’t … Continue reading

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