Alex is a massive film nerd with a soft spot for 70's film and Korean cinema. His favourites include Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, The Warriors, Thirst and One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest.
Director Luke Ibbeston’s feature debut is funny yet disturbing, a whimsical mockumentary with a distinctly British charm.
Reminiscent of Louis Theroux’s The Most Hated Family
In the 21st Century, the refugee crisis has caused a chasm of debate, a humanitarian disaster is underway as asylum seekers escape their war-torn
Set against clinically white backdrops of a contemporary house out in the sticks, Blackbird’s topic of death is tragic yet beautiful. A remake of
Director Bailey Kobe brings us a woman power drama about a young MMA fighter training for an upcoming fight. Unfortunately, Rag Doll doesn’t deliver
A beautifully profound film, She Dies Tomorrow takes enormous pleasure in its solemn approach to mortality.
The anxiety which one gets before delivering an important