Film Reviews


Mirai takes the limitless fantasy we have come to expect from Japanese anime and plants it neatly into a small garden at a house in Yokohama. The film centres on Kun, prone to tantrums and bouts of sibling jealousy. While sulking in his garden, he discovers his family’s pasts and futures open for him to […]

Cult Column Film

Cult Column: Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

The 1968 classic Rosemary’s Baby tiptoes around the label of ‘horror’; no ghosts, no gore, nothing to make you jump out of your skin (the horror of it having been directed by such a murky figure as Roman Polanski is a discussion for another day). Yet, the film is definitively creepy, and in a way […]