Crimson Peak.

A new Guillermo del Toro movie is always an intriguing thing. A versatile director who’s championed many a genre by refusing to stick to their conventions, he now greets us with his take on gothic horror. Gothic horror was in its prime during the reign of Vincent Price, and has never managed to fully resurrect … Continue reading

The Martian.

Nobody has mastered science fiction cinema like Ridley Scott. No other director has repeatedly created such striking visions of space. He’s arguably the first director to capture the same space voyage authenticity first found in Kubrick’s timeless 2001: A Space Odyssey. Despite mishaps such as Prometheus which lacked the artistry, intelligence and focus of its … Continue reading

Interstellar.

After concluding his Batman trilogy two years ago, Christopher Nolan now returns to our cinemas as director of his ninth feature film. The world seems to be in agreement that there is so much to admire about Interstellar – but as we all try to fully digest the three hour experience of watching this astonishing movie, … Continue reading