• Llamageddon review
    I’ll be honest here: I’m not even rating this film because how can you? We’re going into a film about a killer Llama inexplicably sent […]
  • Bones and All review
    Funny how most of our free-for-all choices veer towards the weird, wonderful and macabre. This week is no exception as we explore the unusual delicacy […]
  • Nanny review
    I don’t really know how to intro these posts anymore. “This is a film we’ve watched, here’s what I thought” is about the gist of […]
  • Hatching review
    Baby birds, monsters and the perfect family veneer are the gist of this week’s film.
  • Piggy review
    We’re back with a Free For All month which will no doubt include mostly horror because honestly, does any other genre matter? While there’s no […]
  • The Banshees of Inisherin review
    Friendship, eh? Some might argue it’s the most important thing in life. In order to survive this cesspool, we need like-minded allies to keep us […]
  • Emergency review
    Imagine your only concern on this one night is getting into as many parties as possible – and maybe taking your crush home for a […]
  • Causeway review
    More Awards-worthy talking this week with this rumination on life after tragedy and horror. Which might not sound exactly fun but hey, not all our […]
  • The Menu review
    We’re back after a lovely December hiatus with Awards films (or those that could find themselves nominated this coming awards season). Whether this tasty black […]
  • The Wonder review
    It’s unusual not to have Florence Pugh twirling in circles in a flower crown, honestly but sometimes you have to keep an open mind. I […]