As insane as Cale Erendreich himself, Bad Samaritan certainly defies expectations, though perhaps not in the way you would expect – It opens in the UK on 24 August.
A fascinating true-story bought to life with an abundance of Spike Lee’s signature style and wit, BlacKkKlansman is bolstered by terrific performances, powerful themes and deep-seated social commentary that resonates far beyond initial viewing.
Often a little unbalanced but David Tennant’s deeply authentic and nuanced performance pulls you in impressively.
Jon Hamm and Rosamund Pike lead the way with strong performances in this Tony Gilroy-scripted CIA thriller set in Beirut.
The film touches on themes of love and loss, personal growth and change, it’s beautifully shot and directed, Martinessi should be proud of himself and his cast.
Heathers is still whip-smart and incredibly relevant to today – This 30th Anniversary 4K Restoration version is in UK cinemas from 8th August, and on available digitally from 20th August.
Under The Tree is anxiously engrossing urban satire – It opens in the UK on 10th August.