After a long and gruelling wait, Christopher Nolan's war epic Dunkirk has finally landed, and it's a remarkable achievement not only in its genre, but an achievement in modern cinema.
Personal Shopper is an interesting trip into the high-end fashion world and the spoilt brats that inhabit it. An otherwise overused cliche that's been given a refreshing, albeit sometimes strange subplot involving a ghost.
Lost Highway celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, so I thought it more than appropriate to give it some well deserved recognition. It's one of Lynch's more controversial and confusing works. A totally unconventional but circular narrative that accentuates the dark, and the even darker. A human psyche at the point of fracture, forever mesmerised by those iconic yellow lines with the faint wailing of David Bowie and that primordial sounding synthesizer.