Glass is an overstuffed and ridiculous entry in Shyamalan's cinematic universe that tries to make grand statements about our obsessions with superheroes, but ultimately falls flat from a flawed and clunky script, redundant characters, and an all round lack of that gritty realism that the previous two films had.
The new Suspiria is more of a rebirth than a remake. A spellbinding ambitious art film that cleverly, albeit brutally, assaults the senses with its nightmarish imagery and explores unrelenting violence. The violence that occurs through abuses of power, both with politics and with women. It feels as timely today as it would have been confined within the wall of 1970s' Berlin, which is where this very feminist horror epic takes place.
Award-winning Icelandic comedy Woman at War will screen at this year's Scandi Film Festival starting later this week.
Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse is a playful, hilarious and revolutionary superhero film that let's you try on that mask. It's exhilarating and absolutely gorgeous to look at.
Alfonso Cuarón's award-winning new film Roma will screen in Prague's Kino Aero along with some of the director's most noteworthy titles.
The 19th Mezipatra Queer Film Festival is fast approaching and the festival has just released their programme along with this year's theme, 'Beyond Reality', which promises to fully immerse audiences in fantasy and vivid imagination.
Halloween is an exhilarating and entertaining horror film that's not only one of the best recent slasher films, but the best outing in the franchise for a long time. Bloody good fun.