If you seek the thrill you felt with Trainspotting, you’ll have an absolute ball with Schemers.
Nocturnal is a beautiful story about love (in all forms) and hope, told by two fine examples of British talent.
Unsurprisingly contemporary, considering this was 40 years ago, but ultimately brilliantly informed and fascinating to witness.
Natural, refreshing and honest – Both stars are surely ones to watch, with an assured debut from Omoshaybi.
Undoubtedly a spectacle and one to watch when you’re in the mood for an hour and a half of dystopia…
Reflective, insightful and hopeful. This is a rewarding film experience.
There are inspired moments, but ultimately Koko-Di Koko-Da neither succeeds as a horror or a dark fantasy…
Blue Finch Film Releasing presents Amy Seimetz’s She Dies Tomorrow on Curzon Home Cinema and Digital Download 28 August
Tenet may not be the saviour of cinema, but it’s great to return to the big screen with a film as engaging as this.
Absurd, fanatical and not for the lighthearted…