Indy Datta reviews M. Night Shyamalan’s low-budget horror flick. After the jump, you will find both things that go bump in the night and real no-fooling spoilers.
Links, stuff, other stuff. Because we didn’t get into a Straight Outta Compton screening, obvs.
Sex, betrayal and ‘ludes in Me Decade San Francisco in Marielle Heller’s adaptation of Phoebe Gloeckner’s semi-autobiographical graphic-and-prose novel. A review by Indy Datta.
Justin Simien’s debut feature, a crowdfunding success story and Sundance award winner, hits our screens today. Reviewed by Indy Datta.
Tod Browning’s 1932 classic has been digitally restored and is in UK cinemas on Friday. Indy Datta drinks from the loving cup.
Miroslav Slaboshpitsky’s debut feature has been wowing critics and festival juries since it premiered in Critics’ week at Cannes a year ago, universally acclaimed as the calling card of a stunning new talent, a searing whatnot of something or other. Max Fischer begs to differ. Continue reading The Tribe
Thirty years beyond the Thunderdome, George Miller has retooled and rebooted the Mad Max franchise. Indy Datta swigs the guzzoline. Continue reading Mad Max: Fury Road
A year after Miyazaki’s swansong, the final bow of his Studio Ghibli partner Isao Takahata. A review by Indy Datta.
Indy Datta reviews Alex Garland’s directing debut, and steers clear of spoilers.
Indy Datta reviews The Grandmaster, which hits British cinemas today.