Annihilation (2018)

It would be fair to say that Alex Garland’s latest release Annihilation has come to represent a massive shift in the way that major motion pictures are now handling their release options. The intellectual science-fiction adventure was given a cinema release in the USA and China, but due to creative conflicts and a decision not…

Anomalisa (2015)

In the United Kingdom, March is a strange month in cinematic terms, half filled with complete rubbish and half filled with films that have a strong presence over the course of awards season but do not get released here until all of the prize giving fun has passed. One such film in the latter category…

The Hateful Eight (2015)

For somebody who grew up watching and absolutely obsessing over the likes of Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown and Kill Bill far before it was age appropriate for me to do so, these days every new Quentin Tarantino release is greeted with much excitement and anticipation. Whilst 2012’s Django Unchained failed to satisfy some critics, I continued to…