Korean director Bong Joon-ho works with British co-writer Jon Ronson on this tale of genetically engineered superpigs.
I've always felt respect rather than love for the three-times Oscar winner.
Even by Gallic standards of nose-to-tail eating, this film is extreme.
It is regrettable that the psychology of the abuser takes precedence in Cate Shortland's shock thriller.
Though the actors appear to realise they’re in a comedy, they have not the slightest inkling about how to make it funny.
Two new fantastical films go well beyond the genre's tropes
A better name for this geezerish fiasco might have been Excalibants.
The latest instalment in Ridley Scott's series elevates the horror beyond the purely physical
Barratt usually plays the jumped-up buffoon who is never quite as classy, clever or hilarious as he believes himself to be. Unfortunately, that could double as a description of Mindhorn.
This lame sequel suggests the makers have largely forgotten why the original was so refreshing.
In memory of a great movie man - and a generous soul.
The Zombie PM