Little Women review – a modern twist on the Louisa May Alcott classic

Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of the very famous and very old novel (just kidding) by Louisa May Alcott differs at many instances from its source. Meaning, if you've seen any of the previous adaptations or read the novel, you're still in for something different this time round.

Midsommar review – an epic (and funny) technicolour trip into savage grief

Ari Aster's sophomore is as disturbing as the remarkable Hereditary, but brings a surprising amount of humour to a tale that is otherwise about the torment of grief and our need to adhere to tradition and culture, even if it literally rips us to shreds.