“All I Wanted Was A Thank You” – Malcolm & Marie (Film Review)

Posted by - February 3, 2021
Sam Levinson hit gold with his HBO TV-show Euphoria, which earned star Zendaya her very first Emmy for her portrayal of the drug-addicted teen Rue. Levinson’s 2018 feature film Assassination Nation garnered mixed reviews from critics; the ultra-stylised and violent film wasn’t subtle about any of its themes, many of them focusing on women and

Greenland arrives on Amazon Prime in February

Posted by - January 19, 2021
As a film that was due to be released in 2020, Greenland had it's fair share of trouble trying to get into cinemas. Many will remember the trailer being repeatedly played in front of Tenet when UK cinemas were operating over the summer. Now though, despite managing to actually be viewed in a select few

“It’s like a climbing a mountain in its own right, getting a film made” Director Gavin Rothery talks Archive (The FH Interview)

Posted by - January 18, 2021
Archive, a twisty sci-fi thriller starring Theo James, hits our home screens this January. The story follows scientist George who works alone for a mysterious company deep in the Japanese woods. In his lonesome and in secret from his employers, George has been working to build an artificial body for his late wife’s Jules consciousness,

“I Just Want My Jackson Back” – Anything For Jackson (Film Review)

Posted by - December 2, 2020
There is a slew of films focusing on trauma and grief that use the horror genre as a lens to examine these to a great effect. Films such as Relic and Hereditary have recently struck a chord with audiences with their delicate, yet terrifying portrayals of something that goes beyond just scares. Latest to attempt

”You’re The Acceptable Loss” – County Lines (Film Review)

Posted by - November 30, 2020
Henry Blake’s debut feature film is a fiery and devastating look at grooming and its effects on both the children and parents affected. Packing a mighty punch, Blake shows considerable talent and passion, but the film also feels peculiarly cold at times. Inspired by real events and based on Blake’s own short film from 2017,

“Where Do Lost Girls Go?” – Shirley (BFI London Film Festival Review)

Posted by - October 8, 2020
Josephine Decker’s follow-up to Madeline’s Madeline will not be for everyone. In fact, many will without a doubt find Shirley off-putting and too fractured to be impactful. Starring Elisabeth Moss as the titular character, this is regardless a fascinating journey into a creative, obsessive, and dark mind of the famed horror author. Young couple Fred

“We Have To Stick Together” – Mangrove (LFF Review)

Posted by - October 7, 2020
Steve McQueen has done it again. Perhaps the most significant and consistent modern British director, McQueen once again brings us a riveting, vital piece of filmmaking, this time telling the true story of the Mangrove Nine. As it so often is with McQueen’s work, Mangrove is timely and powerful, without ever regressing to speaking down