The Invisible Man

By Hannah Woodhead

HG Well’s classic sci-fi horror is given a satisfying modern twist courtesy of Blumhouse and director Leigh Whannell.

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Alain Delon vs Matt Damon – Who’s the perfect Tom Ripley?

By Leigh Singer

A side-by-side analysis of Purple Noon and The Talented Mr Ripley, as adapted from Patricia Highsmith’s 1955 novel.

Queer desire and the art of looking in Portrait of a Lady on Fire

By Rosie Thompson

Céline Sciamma’s 18th-century romance beautifully portrays the hiddenness of same-sex relationships.

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The Invisible Man

By Hannah Woodhead

HG Well’s classic sci-fi horror is given a satisfying modern twist courtesy of Blumhouse and director Leigh Whannell.

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True History of the Kelly Gang

By Adam Woodward

Justin Kurzel’s bold reimagining of the life and crimes of Ned Kelly is a gross misfire.

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Dark Waters

By Hannah Woodhead

Mark Ruffalo takes on a giant chemical company in Todd Haynes’ gripping procedural drama.

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Midnight Family

By Matt Turner

Luke Lorentzen’s timely chronicle of a family-run ambulance service makes for engrossing viewing.

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Greed

By Charles Bramesco

Fake tan and righteous fury abound in Michael Winterbottom’s satire of a mega-rich entrepreneur.

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Little Joe

By David Jenkins

A botanist develops a revolutionary new plant in Jessica Hausner’s sci-fi tinged social parable.

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