Film columnist Mark Farnsworth shares his ten — or is it eleven? — favourite films of 2016.
Rogue One is a subversive blockbuster and a brilliant commentary on the overreach of imperial power.
Train to Busan: Come for the zombies, stay for the brilliant commentary on South Korean society.
Imperium takes on a world of white pride, racial reactivity, and conspiracies in the United States.
Stranger Things is a nostalgia supercut, but does that mean we need to analyze it to shreds, or can we just enjoy it for what it is?
Mark Farnsworth sees eerie similarities between modern-day Britain and that depicted in Alan Clarke’s 1989 film The Firm.
Film writer Mark Farnsworth discusses the documentary ‘Hitchcock/Truffaut’ and the legacies of these two giants of cinema.
Three films from the London Film Festival.
What a pity we can’t leave the cinema thinking that last line, “damn, that shit was dope.”
Despite paper-thin characterisations, “Attack On Titan” has a surprisingly strong sense of social commentary.