Review // The Green Knight

Writer/director David Lowery creates an entrancing knight’s tale that seeks to re-define honour and take viewers on an atmospheric journey through his Arthurian world. Although Lowery doesn’t have many features under his belt, his name already carries a strong reputation for artistic storytelling. The Old Man and the Gun, his previous feature, was easily one … Continue reading Review // The Green Knight

Review // Minari

The new film from writer/director Lee Isaac Chung is a poetic tale of perseverance and pride as a South Korean family attempts to survive and thrive in the American South.  A loosely autobiographical take on Chung’s upbringing, the film follows Jacob (Steven Yeun) and Monica Yi (Han Ye-ri) as they move with their children Anna … Continue reading Review // Minari

Review // The Lighthouse

With his 2016 feature debut The Witch, writer/director Robert Eggers established himself as a big name and has fittingly returned with The Lighthouse, a dark and stormy tale of cabin fever at its finest.  Taking place on an isolated New England island in the 1890s, The Lighthouse follows two lighthouse keepers: the experienced Thomas Wake (Willem Dafoe) … Continue reading Review // The Lighthouse

Review // Mid90s

Mid90s has been something of a polygraph test for its first time director, Jonah Hill. The skateboarding world, ever critical of those who exploit it (particularly on financial grounds) has waited patiently to find out whether Hill is cashing in on a fashionable culture, or a genuine insider. The results would suggest Hill was indeed part … Continue reading Review // Mid90s