FFF 2019: Les Misérables review – superb thriller with an explosive third act

Ladj Ly's debut feature film Les Misérables is less musical than its name suggests... It's a tense little gang thriller set in the modern-day Montfermeil district of Paris, where Victor Hugo's classic novel 'Les Misérables' was written, whose explosive third act feels wholly original and timely.

Queer kino brings Xavier Dolan’s ‘Matthias & Maxime’ to Czech Republic

New Czech LGBT film distributor Queer Kino will bring Xavier Dolan's new film Matthias & Maxime to Czech cinemas this Thursday the 14th of November after a sold-out premiere at Prague's Mezipatra Queer Film Festival this week.

Terminator: Dark Fate review – it’s worth it for Linda Hamilton

Terminator: Dark Fate is probably the first Terminator film since Terminator 2 to (sort of) do the originals justice. Compared to James Cameron's iconic films, it's not that great, but compared to all the other sequels and reboots, including 2015's disastrous Terminator: Genisys, it's a pretty decent blockbuster and boasts the return of one of the franchise's most lovable characters...

The Golden Glove trailer – a grisly, no-bullshit approach to the serial killer film

New German serial killer film The Golden Glove will hit Czech cinemas this Thursday (17/10) and is an insanely violent portrait of the infamous serial killer, which is absolutely worth seeing... but don't say I didn't warn you.

Synonyms review – extremely bizarre but undeniably lovable

Berlinale winner Synonyms is a wonderfully quirky if not unquestionably complicated film that will frustrate you at times, but ultimately leave you wanting more of its running spitfire dialogue on identity and nationalism.