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Harry Waight ruminates on Boyhood – and how the film’s links to a naturalistic tradition have divided audiences.
Where does Birdman sit in the pantheon of Mad Artist films? Is it as bold as we think?
Thomas Greylees ponders the indefinable art of the Marx Brothers.
Confessions of a Middle-Earth apologist.
Litro reviews its films of the year.
Thomas Greylees reviews New Zealand’s best vampire comedy horror documentary.
Adam Ley-Lange reviews Roger Corman’s classic (and not so classic) horrors.
Amy Howerska reviews the new biopic about Britain’s secret war hero.
Thea Hawlin dives into the dark depths of ‘Nightcrawler’.
A platoon of great essayists invades Planet Sci-Fi, documenting the fashions, ideas and anxieties of the greatest films in the genre.
Davina Quinlivan investigates the long shadow that Broadmoor casts over the novels of Patrick McGrath.
Misunderstood masterpiece or pretentious twaddle?
A confused and confusing genre mash-up.
A gripping action thriller set in 1971 Northern Ireland.
An absorbing yet predictable crime drama from Sicily.
Litro interviews the organisers of the 10th Zurich Film Festival.
How the Mad Max sequel became the template for our imagined future.