…was the name of a film blog I wrote between late 2014 and earlier this year. Below you'll find links to some of its reviews and other content. To access the full site (over 300 posts in all), click here.
Elle, Raw and Get Out battle it out for the top spot.
The Witch, Weiner, and Hail, Caesar! are among the year's best movies.
A great year for film, which saw the likes of Mad Max: Fury Road, Girlhood, and Brooklyn all making my top 10.
Jonathan Glazer's sci-fi masterpiece was my favourite film of 2014.
My least favourite films of 2016 get a good shelling. Best put on your tin helmet!
An ongoing series in which I revisit a film I didn't like first time round to see if a second viewing changes my opinion. So far I have covered I ♥ Huckabees, Donnie Darko, The Shawshank Redemption, and The Dark Knight.
Includes reviews of Mudbound, How To Talk To Girls At Parties, and Good Time.
In my second LFF despatch, I tackle Blade Of The Immortal, Battle Of The Sexes, and Ingrid Goes West.
Features reviews of The Shape Of Water, Downsizing, and Thelma, plus my festival top 10.
Hero-stuffed MCU juggernaut is hugely entertaining.
Might have been a lot better without the reshoots and revisions.
Pacy, atmospheric thriller... with one big problem.
Cold War spy thriller takes an age to hit top gear but, once it does, you'll be glad you stuck around.
Trey Edward Schults retools horror movie tropes in a startling post-apocalyptic thriller suffused with paranoia.
A list that contains few bad films, but is undermined by a chronic lack of diversity and too many baffling omissions.
A clunky finale comes close to derailing Patty Jenkins' otherwise impressive superhero flick.
Jessica Chastain turns in a bravura performance as a ruthless lobbyist in the twisty, sprawling political thriller.
Beset by off-screen hostility, this sci-fi blockbuster is an odd mix of awful and awesome.
Passable sci-fi creature feature with some serious originality issues.
Michelle Rodriguez gives it her best shot, but this transgender hitman thriller is irredeemably rotten.
Alice Lowe's directorial debut is a blood-soaked, laugh-packed delight.
A bleak, blistering drama in which 'redemption' is a dirty word.
Paul Verhoeven's film is provocative, outrageous and horribly timely.
Not even Jake Gyllenhaal can paper over the cracks in Jean-Marc Vallée's follow-up to Wild.
Gavin O'Connor's Western is an overcooked misfire.
A fantastic cast - including Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell - brings the funny.
An enjoyable but highly idealised celebration of youth and manhood.
Rocky 'requel' fails to deliver a knockout punch but just about wins on points.
Tarantino's latest is scuppered by the underwhelming mystery that lies at its heart.