Madeline’s Madeline Review

Such is the power of Josephine Decker’s Madeline’s Madeline that it lingers in the memory long after the end credits roll. The creativity, the beauty, the humour, the passion and the chaos all contribute to ann... Read More...

Maggy Garrisson Graphic Novel review

A Feminist detective story set in the chills and thrills of North London. One that nods to Chandler, Mike Leigh and even a dash of Bridget Jones. It might not seem like a winning combination but MAGGY GARRISON ... Read More...

RED JOAN Film review

RED JOAN (or the Bexleyheath granny spy story or the KGBs longest serving asset who was caught after the wall fell) might just be the greatest failure on the screen this or any other year. Trevor Nunn's fil... Read More...

Prospect Film Review

Of all the genre hybrids, the space western is one of my guilty pleasures. Films like Outland, Pitch Black and Serenity (and obviously Firefly) inhabit worlds that feel firmly established, and the tropes tr... Read More...

Spy Cat Movie review

European animation is not high on the list of world renown studio and film labels. We know of Disney, Pixar, Dreamworks and all of the Hollywood animated studio off shoots that dominate. Now find a film that is... Read More...

Look Away Film Review

Mirrors have always been a mainstay of the horror genre. Iconic scares in The Evil Dead and An American Werewolf In London were generated from them. Korean horror Into The Mirror played with the idea of hau... Read More...