The KAOS Brief(2017)

"The result is a relatable, disarmingly slow-build film that gradually picks up in tension and pace to a shocking climax"

New film The Kaos Brief, written and directed by JP Mandarino (known as “JP”), is a nerve-racking account of contact with the unknown which had its European Premier as part of the Sci-Fi London film festival.

Four teenagers - budding vlogger Skylar (Drew Lipson, Murder Among Friends),...

by Stephen Lillie

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2(2017)

"continues the promise that was made by its predecessor, builds on it, and doesn’t disappoint"

When Guardians of the Galaxy was first announced as a concept for a film, it was initially dismissed as a bonkers and off-the-wall property that, on paper at least, shouldn’t work. When you have a team that includes a talking Raccoon and sentient tree-like creature that only utters three words,...

by Marc Jason Ali

Lady Macbeth(2017)

"Pugh’s performance and the unexpected mix of drama, thriller and comedic moments make it a pleasure to watch"

You would be forgiven for thinking Lady Macbeth had something to do with the villainous and manipulative wife of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, but this movie actually has no connection at all, although the name will give some viewers some foreshadowing about the lead character.

Lady Ma...

by Hannah Wales

Their Finest(2017)

"Scherfig’s take on a wartime London is believable, a of the nit and grit versus the romantic nostalgia"

Directed by Lone Scherfig. Screenplay, Gaby Chiappe, based on the novel “Their Finest Hour and a Half” by Lissa Evans with Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy, Helen McCrory, Jack Huston, Richard E. Grant, Rachael Stirling, Henry Goodman, Jeremy Irons, Paul Ritter, Jake Lacy, Claudia Jess...

by Tremayne Miller

The Transfiguration(2017)

"will keep you gripped to the edge of your seat from start to finish"

Vampire lore has fascinated us for centuries, there have been countless films, TV shows and books centred around the Vampyr, and that’s the subject of today’s review; The Transfiguration from Writer/ Director Michael O'Shea.

We are introduced to troubled teen Milo (Eric Ruffin) as he ...

by Marc Jason Ali

The Sense of an Ending(2017)

"poetically directed by Batra, Broadbent without a doubt gives a terrific performance as the central character"

Tony Webster (Jim Broadbent), a semi-retired camera-store owner receives a registered letter but stashes it away in his pocket not opening it, and when he does read it we only catch a mere glimpse of it.

As the story unfolds, we learn that an item has been left to him by the deceased moth...

by Tremayne Miller