Author: Travis Cragg

The Lighthouse: Sometimes horror, sometimes comedy, regularly cryptic, but always entertaining and original

The Lighthouse: Sometimes horror, sometimes comedy, regularly cryptic, but always entertaining and original

With the cinema domination in the 2010s of superhero franchises, remakes and reboots, immediate sequels, belated sequels cashing in on ...
A Lovecraftian film with gloop ahoy and an unhinged Nicolas Cage? 'Color Out Of Space' me up!

A Lovecraftian film with gloop ahoy and an unhinged Nicolas Cage? ‘Color Out Of Space’ me up!

What is a “Lovecraftian” film? Not being an expert on the works of the before-his-time author HP Lovecraft, and yet ...
Documentary 'For Sama' immerses the viewer into the war experience in Syria in an empathetic fashion

Documentary ‘For Sama’ immerses the viewer into the war experience in Syria in an empathetic fashion

Journalist Waad al-Kateab was an economics student at Aleppo University at the start of the 2011 war President Assad waged ...
Monsieur Chocolat

Monsieur Chocolat

Monsieur Chocolat is a period showbiz drama that tells the story of Rafeel Padilla, a former Cuban slave who is ...
A Monster Calls

A Monster Calls

A Monster Calls is the engrossing tale of Connor (newcomer McDougall), a young British boy who is enduring a confusing time ...
A Quiet Passion

A Quiet Passion

The latest film by Terence Davies manages to deliver a story that departs slightly from both what people expect from ...
20th Century Women

20th Century Women

“Whatever you think your life is going to be like, just know, it’s not gonna be anything like that.” So ...