The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Coen Brothers latest film is a Western anthology of 6 stories whose only overlap is that they explore the harsh realities of frontier life and death. It started life as the Coen’s first ever foray into television with it initially being a 6 part series for Netflix, but morphed into a film in the … Continue reading The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Christmas Chronicles

The Christmas Chronicles is Netflix big push for this years Christmas movie crown, something that we see less of at cinema these days, certainly of the live action variety. Subscribers will have found it difficult not to have seen it in their email, notifications and menu screens. Produced by Hollywood veteran Chris Columbus, director of … Continue reading The Christmas Chronicles

Suspiria (2018)

In an almost perpetually raining 1970's Berlin, American dancer Susie Bannion (Dakota Johnson) arrives to audition for a dance troupe. After immediately impressing Madame Blanc (Tilda Swinton) she quickly finds herself dancing the lead role in the ritualistic piece called Volk (German for people). Could the delusions that missing dancer Patricia (Chloe Grace Moretz) told … Continue reading Suspiria (2018)


When four men are killed in a heist gone wrong their wives take on their next job. All of this whilst a political race for Alderman is taking place in the Chicago ward the crime took place. Steve McQueen’s first feature since the Best Picture winning 12 Years a Slave has been advertised as a … Continue reading Widows


It’s D-Day and planes are dropping US soldiers near a French village that holds a communication tower critical to the Allied attack. When anti air guns decimate the planes only four soldiers remain to carry out the demolition job. Starting out as a “men on a mission” movie, Overlord takes a twist into horror around … Continue reading Overlord