Saturday, July 20, 2019

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The latest movie and film reviews. Every single release will be critiqued and rated here at THN.

‘Sadako’ Review: Dir. Hideo Nakata (2019) [Fantasia 2019]

With sequels, prequels, remakes, TV series, and even a crossover film where she was pitted against her fellow Scream Queen, Kayako from The Grudge...

‘Stuber’ Review: Dir. Michael Dowse (2019)

Taking a page out of Collateral's books, crime caper Stuber has Dave Bautista being driven around by Kumail Nanjiani for an Uber ride of...

‘Them That Follow’ Review: Dirs. Britt Poulton, Dan Madison Savage (2019) [EIFF]

Following her Oscar win earlier this year, Olivia Colman swaps out regal rants for religious preaching in Britt Poulton and Dan Madison Savage's debut...

‘Driven’ Review: Dir. Nick Hamm (2019) [EIFF]

Doug Liman told such a fascinating true story of drug runners and the criminal underworld in the slick, stylish American Made a couple of...

‘Midsommar’ Review: Dir. Ari Aster (2019)

Midsommar review: After traumatising cinema audiences with last year's Hereditary, director Ari Aster returns with sunshine-set folk horror Midsommar.  A little over a year ago,...

‘Never Look Away’ Review (Dir. Florian Heckel von Donnersmack) [EIFF]

Having been stuck in a period of stagnation following it’s Best Foreign Film and Best Cinematography nominations at the 2019 Oscars, director Florian Heckel...

‘Bait’ Review: Dir. Mark Jenkins (2019) [EIFF]

Making his feature debut on a low-budget, shooting in black-and-white on 16mm, Mark Jenkins’ minimalistic Bait sets Cornwall as the backdrop for one of...

‘Escape Plan 3’: Dir: John Herzfeld (2019)

Sylvester Stallone and Dave Bautista return for another round of hell in a cell (sadly not an awesome WWE tie-in) with the third installment...

‘End of Sentence’ Review: Dir. Elfar Adalsteins (2019) [EIFF]

The road-trip movie is a staple of the Edinburgh Film Festival programme every year, a classic movie of estranged family or friends coming together...

‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Review: Dir. Jon Watts (2019)

Spoiler warning to those who have not seen 'Avengers: Endgame.' The dust of Thanos and his universal reign of terror is finally beginning to settle...

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