19 Jan 2020
Film Reviews, Films

REVIEW: Benjamin (2019)

A film as personal and autobiographical as Simon Amstell’s Benjamin risks alienating its audience. There’s a danger of diving so deep into one’s own personal and emotional history that the story you’re telling becomes too singular and perhaps not all that accessible. In his feature…

Film Reviews, Films

REVIEW: Us (2019)

Just how do you follow up a film like Get Out? It’s one of those films almost universally adored, the rare horror movie to go on and rack up not only Oscar nominations but even a win in the screenplay department. Its reputation remains untarnished….