Posts by Sophie Yapp

In defence of Death to Smoochy – the most absurd kids’ TV satire ever made

By Sophie Yapp

There’s never been a better time to revisit Danny DeVito’s cult comedy.

Baskin

By Sophie Yapp

The gore arrives thick and fast in Turkish director Can Evrenol’s inventive horror carve-up.

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Brahman Naman

By Sophie Yapp

A teen sex comedy set in ’80s Bangalore drops to Netflix and it's… pretty okay.

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Seven things to see at the 2016 East End Film Festival

By Sophie Yapp

We scour the jam-packed programme for the annual edition of East London’s premiere film jamboree.

Watch the ante-upping first trailer for War on Everyone

By Sophie Yapp

Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Peña observe law and disorder in this period buddy comedy.

Long Way North

By Sophie Yapp

This visually lustrous animated adventure film is hamstrung by its simplistic central story.

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How to make it as a young actress in the film industry

By Sophie Yapp

Bebe Cave, the young star of Tale of Tales, offers some sage advice for aspiring actors.

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