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  • We Are Who We Are

    We Are Who We Are


    There’s a defining moment in Guadagnino’s Adriatic opus that has more power to it than anything else seen on network television in a very long time. It’s far from a big event or even an unforseen tragedy, but rather, a moment of deafening silence that not only crystallises the premise, but comments on the state of our world right now, and that moment is this:

    Sarah Wilson is on the couch watching a live-stream of Trump’s victory unfold on television…

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  • Witch Story

    Witch Story


    Some seriously sloppy editing doesn’t stop this tacky-as-hell frightfest from being a hoot. Let’s just say the only thing you really need to know is that there’s a super cringey strip scene on a table covered in half-full buckets of KFC chicken for absolutely no reason at all. Amazing! Oh and the gore is actually pretty great too.

  • Boss Level

    Boss Level


    Even if the scale of Carnahan’s budget restricts his vision from contending against bigger blockbusters in the same realm like Source Code and Edge of Tomorrow, his film still has the collective star power to make up for it. And more importantly, it wears its heart on its sleeve much more than you’d expect from a film of this caliber. Boss Level might not break new ground, but somewhere inside its unexpected mix of eccentric violence, over-the-top comedy and a…

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  • Tenet



    Inception on crack.

  • Chernobyl



    Nerve-shredding, well-paced and grimly told; Chernobyl is by far the greatest dramatization of human error ever produced for television, emphasising that the toxicity of humanity is just as destructive as the deadly fumes of nuclear energy. This is truly terrifying stuff.