Posts by Steph Green

Old Henry – first-look review

By Steph Green

Potsy Ponciroli’s defiantly old school oater is a modest treat with a barnstorming turn from Tim Blake Nelson.

True Things – first-look review

By Steph Green

Harry Wootliff’s follow up to 2018’s Only You focuses on a relationship so toxic it’s almost radioactive.

40 years on, Body Heat remains a sweaty, seductive erotic thriller

By Steph Green

Powered by Kathleen Turner’s entrancing performance, the 1981 film ushered in a bold new era for woman on screen.

In London’s suburbs, community cinema is alive and well

By Steph Green

Through its volunteer-led screenings, Talkies is encouraging local audiences to reconnect.

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