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Lucas Hill-Paul

Lucas Hill-Paul

Fuse FM’s Head of Podcasting, Co-Host of the Take Three Podcast, Mancunion Film Contributor

Review: Game Night

Review: Game Night

Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams star in an innovative action-comedy from the writers of Horrible Bosses and Spider-Man: Homecoming
Review: The Cloverfield Paradox

Review: The Cloverfield Paradox

J.J. Abrams’ enigmatic sci-fi franchise returns out of the blue, this time on Netflix
Review: Coco

Review: Coco

Pixar crafts an action-packed, emotional celebration of Mexican culture
Review: The Post

Review: The Post

Meryl Streep shines in an entertaining yet sentimental political thriller from Steven Spielberg
Review: Star Wars – The Last Jedi

Review: Star Wars – The Last Jedi

Lucas Hill-Paul reviews the divisive eighth instalment of the space opera

Review: The Florida Project

Willem Dafoe stars in a charming drama from Tangerine director Sean Baker

Review – Stranger Things 2

Lucas Hill-Paul journeys into the Upside Down as the long-awaited Stranger Things 2 arrives on Netflix

Review – Paddington 2

Everyone’s favourite duffle-coated-bear returns for the second time on the big screen, alongside a star-studded cast

Review – Call Me By Your Name

Armie Hammer stars in a beautiful adaptation of André Aciman’s novel which celebrates and meditates on homosexuality

Review: The Death of Stalin

From the creator of The Thick of It comes an anachronistic comedy that proves anything can, and should be made fun of

Top Five: Neo-Noir Films

With the sequel to Blade Runner, a modern film noir first, science-fiction second, released this month, Lucas counts down his favourite neo-noirs

Review: Daphne

Emily Beecham shines above the rest in this neurotic indie drama

Review: Flatliners

Perhaps the characters in Flatliners shouldn’t have come back to life

Review: Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Matthew Vaughn’s latest sequel is “bonkers”, but is it brilliant?

Review: IT

IT is one of the new “action-horror” hybrids to join the genre

Review: Death Note

Adam Wingard fumbles Netflix-backed adaptation of much-loved anime Death Note

Review: Okja

How a CGI superpig could be Netflix’s saving grace