Review: Green Room

Ever walked into a bar and realised, a little too late, that it's really not your scene? Jeremy Saulnier's third feature Green Room takes that idea to something of an extreme, in the process setting itself down as one of the more remarkable thrillers of 2016 so far. And one of the more remarkable horrors. The film … Continue reading Review: Green Room

Review: Burying The Ex

"It's political correctness gone mad," they'll say. Maybe. If, when I say 'they', it turns out that there actually are people out there who've a) read this review and also b) watched this film, and then c) liked it and therefore d) disagree with me. "It's political correctness gone mad," those people will say, nearly … Continue reading Review: Burying The Ex

Review: Only Lovers Left Alive

  With the possible exception of Harmony Korine, Jim Jarmusch is about as hipster as American independent cinema gets. It's a shame that this carries such a negative connotation, as the man has made some great films over his career, yet they have remained doggedly under the radar. Even his breakout 'hits' (Dead Man, Ghost Dog: … Continue reading Review: Only Lovers Left Alive