A predatory dog and buckets of blood mean more than meets the eye in Mike Flanagan’s Netflix horror Gerald’s Game
The NeverEnding Story (1984) is a fantasy full of metaphor, suggesting Bastian is a grieving, depressed child
Avid fans seem to be sliced down the middle, but if you want my opinion, Danny Boyle’s Yesterday can be saved for tomorrow.
A.T. White’s Starfish melodically lulls its audience into the guilty trappings of grief and its disorienting effects.
Adrift is a saccharine, yet saddening story of survival that ticks all the right boxes. Catch it on Netflix UK.
A double-hard Dalton dives into action when the owner of dilapidated roadhouse, The Double Deuce, calls on his expertise to drive out drunken drama.
After an endless stream of snot and Nurofen Plus, the only real cure is film. Take an injection of vitamin C-inema, with the best films to watch on a sick day.
A semi-autobiographical account of fostering children from writer, director Sean Anders that successfully smears over the Hollywood-made sheen of childcare, yet still remains squeaky clean.