The Nun

In this world of Dark Universes, Marvel Universes and DC Universes (with only one of them being truly successful) exists a little horror film that provided the basis for another cinematic universe which has steadily maintained quality throughout. Landing in 2013 with a haunting bang was The Conjuring, James Wan’s remarkably old school horror. It…

The Happytime Murders

There is nothing worse in cinema than when a film has a fantastic idea or a great fictional world but fails to capitalise on it. The Happytime Murders had all the potential to be this generations Who Framed Roger Rabbit but squanders it on a generically flat story, bland characters and immature comedy. Like that…

BlacKkKlansman

Black man infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan. Reading that one sentence logline you’d be forgiven that that sort of high concept concept may be the work of some outlandishly un-PC Mel Brooks comedy, but as the opening titles tell us this is actually “Inspired by some fo’ real shit.” Before we witness an out of…