Your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man has gone beyond the popular Peter Parker. Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse is directed by Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman and unlike previous versions, this story is led by Miles Molares, voiced by Shameik Moore, as he learns the ropes to become Spider-Man. The movie introduces Miles, the first biracial […]
The Star Wars saga has had an enormous impact on cinema, and science fiction, particularly with its iconic musical score composed by John Williams
After eight seasons, AHS still is as scary as it always was
Three Identical Strangers is directed by Tim Wardle and tells the story of the initial reunion and multifaceted aftermath of triplets who were unbeknownst to themselves, separated at birth. This documentary had been on my radar for some time and I was pulled in by the promise of the unearthing of a shocking secret. When it came […]
The variation in a collection of short films is enticing to watch and the stories shared are valuable, as celebrated at the Kino Film Festival
Adrian Kanyoli reviews the second installment of the boxing-based white knuckle ride franchise that is Creed II
The Disney sequel works for both kids and adults, due to intelligent writing, intricate and funny world-building, and excellent voice acting
The Manchester Animation Festival returned to Manchester once more, hosted at HOME cinema showcasing a selection of animated films using different styles and covering a range of topics. This year The Mancunion’s writers had the opportunity to attend the festival, reviewing: AniJam, showcasing a selection of short, and heartwarming animated shorts created in a mere […]
This new indie slashfest, Hell Fest, proves entertaining and creative, but is held back by tedious leads, dull set pieces and predictable deaths.
But the real question is: is Die Hard a Christmas film?
Alfie Clark reviews one of the most original films of the year
It’s overly complicated at times
Contributor Jack Greeney reviews two films depicting Seoul Life from the London Korean Film Festival on its tour to Manchester
Matthew Ross’ Siberia is like watching his niche but ultimately pubescent fantasy of seducing an eastern European woman in a Siberian café
Carl Fitzgerald reviews a disappointing The Possession of Hannah Grace
Your new drunken addiction is here, courtesy one of Fuse TV’s most exciting projects to date
Wacky, dark, and profound, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is a welcome addition to the canon of its esteemed directors: the legendary Cohen Brothers.