I’m So Excited Review

Whilst Pedro Almodóvar remains the modern maestro of Spanish cinema in both drama and comedy, his latest picture, I'm So Excited starring Javier Cámara, Raúl Arévalo and Carlos Areces as three ultra-camp male airplane stewards fails to fulfil the hype that one expects from an Almodóvar film. We haven't seen straight out comedy since the 1988 global hit, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown and in recent years Almodóvar has concentrated on much more intense and provocative pictures like The Skin I Live In (2011), Broken Embraces (2009) and Bad Education (2004).

Flying Blind Review

Treading the line carefully between an erotic drama and conspiracy thriller, Flying Blind luxuriates in a multilayered story, in beautifully filmed locations and acted by two hugely powerful and provocative leads.

Trance Review

On the tin, this psychological thriller is a non-stop thrills ride, filled with action, sex, a stunningly shimmery look at London and a true return to genre movies but unfortunately for me, Trance, felt a little too glamorous with very little notice of good storytelling... or a good story