Film Review Articles
Do Unto Others review: A harrowing look into the unjust world of elderly care
A dissection of the choices we make and the motives behind them, Tetsu Maeda’s film analyses the state of elderly care in Japan through a whodunit thriller
Evil Dead Rise review: Mommy’s with the maggots now
Sam Raimi updates the Evil Dead franchise with the gruesomely amazing Evil Dead Rise. From its effects, to makeup and its in-the-moment plot, this film will keep you immersed.
Jeanne Dielman at HOME review: The greatest film of all time?
The Mancunion evaluates whether Chantal Akerman’s 1975 film, Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles, is truly the best film of all time
Skinamarink review: Experimental horror gem or monotonous art film?
This polarising and experimental horror film is slow and spreads its scares carefully, but its gut-wrenching frights and the sustained stomach knot you get while watching make it all worth it in this ambient horror experience
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On review: Stop-motion mockumentary magic
Both quirky and heartwarming, this mockumentary/stop-motion hybrid delivers profound musings on loss, community, and change, with a healthy dose of laughs on the side
Pinocchio review: Guillermo del Toro’s anti-fascist fairytale
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio combines anti-fascist themes with stunning animation to create a very necessary remake of the 1940s classic
Dune Part 1 – A visual marvel that delivers on its promises and improves upon Villeneuve’s previous work
Denis Villeneuve’s Dune is a faithful and convincing adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel and an excellent piece of sci-fi, delivering where other blockbusters fail