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THE INVISIBLE MAN Review

THE INVISIBLE MAN Review

The Invisible Man processes its difficult subject matter through an alternative context. During times like these, that's a power of cinema that we could all surely use.

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 1 week ago
PARASITE Review

PARASITE Review

Bong Joon-Ho's Oscars surprise Parasite turns up the dials on a realistic construct to make for an exciting, engaging, and highly organic exploration of class.

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago
1917 Review

1917 Review

The history of cinema is chequered with technical advancements, but is Sam Mendes' miraculous single-take achievement in WW1-epic 1917 a gimmick or a triumph?

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 2 months ago
LITTLE WOMEN Review

LITTLE WOMEN Review

Greta Gerwig finds her way into a well-worn story with the most universal theme of all.

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 2 months ago
UNCUT GEMS Review

UNCUT GEMS Review

By Jake Peffer | Leave a Comment | Published 3 months ago
STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER Review

STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER Review

The Rise of Skywalker thankfully doesn't go back on everything set-up by its predecessor, but its complicated story often makes for rather exhausting viewing.

By Barnaby Turner | 2 Comments | Published 3 months ago
KNIVES OUT Review

KNIVES OUT Review

Rian Johnson loves nothing more than subverting expectations, and his latest offering Knives Out is just as unexpected as you'd expected.

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 3 months ago
HUSTLERS Review

HUSTLERS Review

By Jake Peffer | Leave a Comment | Published 3 months ago
HUSTLERS - Blu-Ray + DVD + Digital Giveaway!

HUSTLERS - Blu-Ray + DVD + Digital Giveaway!

FilmFed is working with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment to giveaway one "Blu-Ray + DVD + Digital Combo Pack" of US!

By Chris Lentz | 2 Comments | Published 4 months ago
FORD V FERRARI Review

FORD V FERRARI Review

There's something strangely primal about the act of driving a car, and this is emphasised brilliantly by James Mangold’s Ford v Ferrari. Even the most cynical of audience members may be converted by the end.

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 4 months ago