Review: High Life

Claire Denis’ first film in the English language is an erotically charged, domestic drama set in the far reaches of space. If such a description seems paradoxical it is because High Lifeis anything but ordinary. Ostensibly, […]

Review: Tolkien

Tolkien documents the childhood and early adulthood of the author J.R.R. Tolkien. His experiences during the First World War are punctuated with flashbacks to the unique friendships he formed with his fellow members of the […]

Review: Eighth Grade

Adolescence is agonising enough; your body is changing, and you probably hate the way you look so the last thing you want is hundreds of people zooming in on every imperfection and criticising your every […]

Mid90s Review

What does it feel like to think that you don’t belong? It can be isolating, confusing and above all else frightening. Most people face this problem at least once in their adolescence, and a key […]