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Review: Johnny English Strikes Again

Rowan Atkinson returns to the role of Johnny English. For fans, this will be a sequel with diminishing returns; for critics much more of the same

Review: Halloween (2018)

Halloween (2018) succeeds not because it has created something new, but rather because it has resuscitated the DNA of any good slasher flick.

Review: Suspiria (2018)

The prospects of remaking a beloved film classic, particularly within the horror genre, are almost always dismissed with unanimous scorn and...

Reappraising Romero (1989)

Romero is not flashy or particularly bold in its execution, but like its titular character, it is filled with heart and a passionate plea to end all conflict.

[EIFF Review] – The Guilty

The Guilty makes the most of its minimalist design relying on stellar sound / production design to deliver a tense thriller

Review: A Star Is Born (2018)

A Star is Born (again) as Lady Gaga steals the show in Bradley Cooper's directorial debut.

Review: Beautiful Boy

Beautiful Boy is an affecting drama about the hardships of substance abuse even though its execution falters into emotionally manipulative territory.

[EIFF Review]: Dogman

Once again returning to the darker side of Italian society, Matteo Garrone's Dogman is another gripping and striking entry in his audacious filmography.

[EIFF Review]: Maria By Callas

Maria By Callas highlights one of opera's titans. For newcomers providing a solid introduction, for connoisseurs - a reminder - of the great Maria Callas

[EIFF Review]: Colette

Colette successfully creates an illuminating look at the mores of the past and the struggle for an equal chance in life.

[EIFF Review] – Clara

Clara embarks on a journey of enlightenment in the deep recesses of outer space.

Winners Of Summer 2018 – BTC Staff Survey

The BTC Staff gathers once more to give their Best Movies Of The Summer, Winners And Most Anticipated Fall Release

Review: Fahrenheit 11/9

Michael Moore's latest documentary shines a spotlight on the dark side of America

Review: A Simple Favor

A Simple Favor is good escapist cinema which, while not groundbreaking, succeeds on the back of its leading stars

Indie Spotlight: Who’s Watching Oliver?

Who's Watching Oliver? fails to capture the indie horror charm of other contemporaries.