mother! is not fucking around. This is a film that well and truly earns its exclamation mark.
“Gothic, Giallo, Gore: Masters of Italian Horror” centres primarily around three directors with a legitimate claim to the title of master: Dario Argento, Mario Bava and Lucio Fulci.
Frisky is proof positive that making something like Girls is a lot harder than it looks.
While Captain Underpants is colourful, comedic and … competent, it’s just not my kinda scene.
There’s never going to be a version of It as terrifying as the novel I read when I was 12. But the new adaptation does well to channel the unnerving spirit of King’s novel.
Victoria and Abdul shoves what sounds like a truly extraordinary moment in history into a biopic-shaped box and sands away any sharp edges
While Risk is less focused than Citizenfour, Laura Poitras’ study of Snowden, this is actually the stronger film.