The premise is essentially Jurassic Park with zombies: and it works surprisingly well, if you’re willing to suspend your disbelief long enough.
When done well an adaption can delight die-hard fans of the franchise and turn-on newcomers. Sadly, Death Note does neither of these things.
The Dry’s small-town setting is a throwback to the classic whodunnit novel, offering a vivid and memorable ensemble of characters that even Agatha Christie would be proud of, and Harper captures the claustrophobic cabin-fever of rural life to remarkable effect.
Magpie Murders is almost a witty love letter to fans of the classic whodunnit, and will certainly leave fellow bibliophiles falling in love.
After several years of poorly-received films and having relegated himself to the ‘has-been’ category of directors, has Shyamalan finally managed to redeem himself with his latest blockbuster?
Tracing the marriage of Yejide and Akin, Adebayo tenderly and intelligently depicts tremulous years of childlessness, and all the resentment, hope and heartache that is borne from a couple desperate to conceive.
It Comes At Night is a brilliantly intelligent, atmospheric delight, however hard-core horror fans seeking gore, action and fast-zombies will be sorely disappointed with this slow-burning, psychological horror flick.
If We Were Villains is a character study turned twisted thriller; a classic whodunnit plot transposed into the strange, elusive and elitist world of art school.
Netflix’s latest addition to it’s growing arsenal of original content, Okja is exemplary evidence of how the online streaming company is quietly rocking the film industry