We review Jordan Peele’s first feature.
A review of the Japanese director’s earlier works examining the effect that the machinations of Asian mafias have on normal people, the police and each other.
A little sci-fi flick that explains why we’re currently feening for a Hawke.
Completely over the top, but the cracking pace and fun performances should keep you onside until the final note.
Murder she wrote.
A world of realism, origami crabs, sub-Saharan beats and moon men.
The Congress sees Waltz With Bashir director Ari Folman move away from the more harrowing subject of the war in Lebanon, and turn his gaze on Hollywood.
The house of eternal happiness has taken the opportunity to turn an old Beauty on its head and give us a tale unlike anything we’ve known.
Brian Singer’s Marvel-ous mutants return
After the success of his first feature film (Monsters), which saw an alien invasion throughout the American border, Gareth Edwards is back with a bigger budget, and an even bigger monster.
Here at Fohnhouse we’ve been feeling a bit nostalgic recently, and so decided to reunite with Badger, Fox, Moley and the gang for a trip back to Farthing Wood. 80s babies, continue reading for a treat from the wild!
Find out how Martin got on at Sheffield Doc/Fest this year in our final festival round-up…
A strong opening few days for the festival.
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