Come to Daddy (2019) Review

Come to Daddy (2019) Review

Elijah Wood stars in ‘Come To Daddy’, a gory favourite of the 2019 festival circuit now available on home video. Sam Sewell-Peterson reviews.

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The Vast of Night (2019) Review

The Vast of Night (2019) Review

‘The Vast of Night’, available exclusively on Amazon, is proof that “small-scale storytelling can sometimes be more captivating than the flashiest and most elaborate blockbusters”. Sam Sewell-Peterson reviews.

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Out (2020) Pixar Short Film Review

Out (2020) Pixar Short Film Review

“Hilarious, heartwarming and sweet”, Disney Pixar short film ‘Out’ marks the animation studio’s first openly LGBTQ+ narrative. Rebecca Seghini reviews the film now available on Disney Plus.

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Uncorked (2020) Review

Uncorked (2020) Review

Netflix wine movie ‘Uncorked’, from director Prentice Penny and starring Mamoudou Athie, “gets so much right” and puts across the “almost magical power of food and drink”. Sam Sewell-Peterson reviews.

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Calm with Horses (2019) Review

Calm with Horses (2019) Review

Irish gang drama ‘Calm with Horses’ (2019) is a stunning visual presentation with an atmospheric and moody score. Barry Keoghan and Cosmo Jarvis star. Sam Sewell-Peterson reviews.

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Dearly Departed (2020) Short Film Review

Dearly Departed (2020) Short Film Review

“Imagine a mixture of ‘Waitress’ and ‘The Sixth Sense’, and you’ve got Elise Martin and Jess Bartlett’s entertaining new short”, ‘Dearly Departed’ (2020). Beth Sawdon reviews.

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Never Rarely Sometimes Always (2020) Review

Never Rarely Sometimes Always (2020) Review

Eliza Hittman film ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’, succeeds at telling the tale of a teenage girl seeking abortion in the United States through empathy and authenticity. Pagan Carruthers reviews.

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Love Wedding Repeat (2020) Review

Love Wedding Repeat (2020) Review

All-star Netflix film ‘Love Wedding Repeat’ (2020), starring the likes of Sam Claflin, Olivia Munn, Eleanor Tomlinson and Aisling Bea, is a rom-com with no rom and no com. Annice White reviews.

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Fantasy Island (2020) Review

Fantasy Island (2020) Review

New Blumhouse fantasy-thriller-horror ‘Fantasy Island’ (2020) might be worth a watch if you’re a fan of Lucy Hale, but it won’t thrill fans of the genre quite like a ‘Get Out’. Sophie Cook reviews.

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