Serena Seghedoni

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Roma: Cuarón’s Memories Come Alive in Exceptional Tale About Identity (Review)

Alfonso Cuarón takes us back to 1970s Mexico City and brings us on a beautiful, complex, emotional journey by drawing inspiration from his own childhood memories. The director’s most autobiographical film so far is also his best one to this date.

Anna and the Apocalypse and the Rise of the Genre Hybrid (Review)

John McPhail tackles the genre mashup trend with Anna and the Apocalypse, a zombie horror film which is also a musical comedy with a Christmasy vibe. Here’s our take on this Edinburgh Film Festival favourite and the genre hybrid trend in cinema.

Steel Country (Review): Andrew Scott Excels in Clever Crime Drama

Set in Western Pennsylvania, Simon Fellows’ crime thriller Steel Country is a painfully accurate portrait of modern society, and marks Andrew Scott’s best performance to date.

Unicorn Store: Kit in Unicornland (Edinburgh Film Festival Review)

Brie Larson shines in her directorial debut Unicorn Store, giving a new definition to growing up in the 21st Century with the story of an art student on a quest to buy a real-life unicorn.

5 TV shows that tackled mental health (and got it right)

We are much more aware of mental illness than we used to be, and so is the entertainment industry. Let’s take look at 5 TV shows that tackled mental health and got it right.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is the Film you Absolutely Need to Watch (Review)

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is not only an absolute masterpiece, but it could very well be the next Oscar winner.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Strikes Back with a new trailer

As we contemplate new possibilities for Rey’s past and Luke’s future, one question crosses our minds: will The Last Jedi be the sequel we’ve all been waiting for or just another copy of the original trilogy?

The 5 films you should watch this Halloween

Happy Halloween! From horror classics to great new releases, let’s take a look at our recommentations of 5 films you should watch on the scariest night of the year.

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‘It’ Review: All Stereotypes And No Scares

The long-awaited new adaptation of Stephen King’s It is finally out, and it’s visually stunning but disappointing in content.

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Venice Virtual Reality: the new shape of cinema at the 74° International Film Festival

What does it feel like to board a NASA plane and fly over Greenland’s glaciers?…