Day: 27 August 2020

  • FrightFest 2020: Programme highlights

    With Covid-19 still a global threat, festival organisers have been pushed to making crucial decisions: Cancel or opt for an online edition? While a few hardy festivals, such as Venice, have announced the show must go on, at least in some form, others have decided the online option is more viable and infinitely safer. FrightFest,…

    FrightFest 2020: Programme highlights
  • Film Review: She Dies Tomorrow

    ★★★★☆ In her second feature as director, American actor-producer-filmmaker Amy Seimetz explores the existential ennui of inevitable doom in this chilling, strange horror. In the age of Covid and climate change, what could possibly feel more contemporary? Having missed its premiere at the cancelled SXSW festival earlier this year, much has been made of She…

    Film Review: She Dies Tomorrow
  • Film Review: Tenet

    ★★☆☆☆ Christopher Nolan’s films are so big, so hotly anticipated, that they form their own sort of gravitational pull, and cinema chains are hoping that the draw of Tenet will irresistibly compel viewers back into theatres. For all of Tenet’s innovative, ideas-led structure, however, it lacks the sort of emotional core that elevates such films…

    Film Review: Tenet

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