Despite its glorious design and chilling colour palette, Edgar Wright’s new film at times goes for narrative style over substance
Kinofilm’s LGBTQ Shorts Programme showcases a variety of queer short films, from a lesbian war drama to a family dramedy
Mila Filipova gives us an insight into the Italian shorts at Manchester’s local festival, Kinofest 2021
Having attended Cannes this summer, Michal Wasilewski shares his festival experiences and thoughts about this year’s greatest films
Production crew walk out prevented at last minute as union begins negotiations for better working conditions
The Beta Test is a bloated and crude social commentary
Night Drive is a tonally inconsistent, funny but largely empty dark comedy
The Pizzagate Massacre is an uncomfortable and unpleasant disappointment
Ella Robinson reviews the ‘Women in Film’ collection shown as part of Kinofilm festival at Chapeltown picture house
Mila Filipova writes a review for Kinofest’s The Pebble and the Boy, exploring the director’s love of music and the 80s decade.
Mila Filipova explores the award winning selection of International films shown at Kinofilm fest 2021.
Born out of a post war slump and growing permissiveness, the genre of erotic horror remains one of the most controversial and influential in cinema history
Halloween Kills delivers thrills and gore but falls short on anything resembling an interesting plot
Drawing on Colombian folklore, Tarumama is a surreal and at times poignant horror drama about a feuding family
Horrifically bloody and gloriously violent, The Sadness revels in its apocalyptic setting and strangely relevant premise
Bold and exciting, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie translates excellently from stage to cinema