Film Reviews

The latest movie and film reviews. Every single release will be critiqued and rated here at The Hollywood News. We have an experienced team of critics who conduct film reviews at film festivals around the world to bring you the definitive views on all of the latest releases. Our film reviews are led by Paul Heath, editor of The Hollywood News, and his team of critics. We cover film reviews at the Berlin, Cannes, Toronto, and London Film Festivals and many more throughout the year. Here are our latest film reviews.

Film Reviews

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The latest movie and film reviews. Every single release will be critiqued and rated here at The Hollywood News. We have an experienced team of critics who conduct film reviews at film festivals around the world to bring you the definitive views on all of the latest releases. Our film reviews are led by Paul Heath, editor of The Hollywood News, and his team of critics. We cover film reviews at the Berlin, Cannes, Toronto, and London Film Festivals and many more throughout the year. Here are our latest film reviews.
Sweet Country review

‘Sweet Country’ Review: Dir. Warwick Thornton (2018)

Sweet Country review: Director Warwick Thornton shines a spotlight on his Aboriginal heritage in this tense Australian Western. Sweet Country review by Jazmine Sky Bradley,...
Ghost Stories review

Frightfest Glasgow: ‘Ghost Stories’ Review: Dirs. Andy Nyman, Jeremy Dyson (2018)

Ghost Stories review: Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson bring a version their acclaimed stage show to the screen - a spectacular, nerve-shredding, scream-inducing horror experience. Ghost...
Mom and Dad review

‘Mom and Dad’ Review: Dir. Brian Taylor (2018)

Mom and Dad review: This 'anti-parenting' film sees Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair pay a mother and father who have their minds set on...

Glasgow Film Festival: ‘Foxtrot’ Review: Dir. Samuel Maoz (2018)

Foxtrot review: Samuel Maoz’s Israeli drama debuts at the Glasgow Film Festival; a work that deserves analysis and years of unpacking. Foxtrot review by Awais Irfan. Whilst it...

Frightfest Glasgow: ‘Sixty Minutes To Midnight’ Review: Dir. Neil Mackay (2018)

Sixty Minutes to Midnight review: A man finds himself the star of a warped reality show competition in this low-budget home-invasion thriller. Sixty Minutes to...

Frightfest Glasgow: ‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ Review: Dir. Issa Lopez

Tigers Are Not Afraid Review: Remember when Guillermo Del Toro burst onto the movie scene with Pan's Labyrinth? Well we might have found our...

Frightfest Glasgow: ‘Friendly Beast’ Review: Dir. Gabriela Amaral (2018)

Friendly Beast Review: A waitress finds herself caught in the middle when her place of work comes under attack in this grisly empowered horror. Friendly...

Frightfest Glasgow: ‘Pyewacket’ Review: Dir. Adam MacDonald (2018)

Pyewacket Review: A teenager makes a pact with a witch which puts her mother in danger in the delightfully dark teenage horror, Pyewacket. Pyewacket review...

Frightfest Glasgow: ‘Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil’ Review: Dir. Paul Urkijo Alijo (2018)

Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil Review: A young girl accidentally unleashes the devil, and a lonely Blacksmith is the only one who can...
Lean on Pete review

Glasgow Film Festival: ‘Lean on Pete’ Review: Dir. Andrew Haigh (2018)

Lean on Pete review: Andrew Haigh's film will envelop you into its world and refuse to let you go for 2 hours Lean on Pete review...

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