GARY STEEL watches a compelling documentary about an amazing (and awful) woman with a creeping sense of unease. Essential viewing, he reckons.
Film & Television
If you were wondering where the weird went in this year’s film fest, look no further. GARY STEEL enters another dimension.
It’s a bit like having a perpetual hangover, but GARY STEEL just can’t stop mulling over the sozzled, discarded clientele of the bar that is no more.
It takes a lot to impress horror movie fiend GARY STEEL, but Relic takes a cliched horror subgenre and twists it into something else altogether.
Finally, writes GARY STEEL, a film that comprehensively engages with the astonishing filmic legacy of Stanley Kubrick, more or less from the horse’s mouth.
Films about writers are almost always terrible. GARY STEEL writes about one compelling exception which flouts all the rules.
Sky’s rejigged Neon streaming TV and movie service begins today with all the programming and tech nous of Spark’s now-defunct Lightbox.
STEVE GARDEN takes a close look at two very different films that examine male power from the female perspective in the current zeitgeist.