Lou Thomas

‘Only The Animals’ review: brooding, dread-filled mystery hides a deep, dark secret

French director Dominik Moll makes use of multiple character perspectives to spin a twisting tale of murder and intrigue

‘Jihad Jane’ review: lies, deceit and murder in a tale of terrorist seduction

How a classic holiday hookup led Colleen LaRose to a life behind bars

‘First Cow’ review: humour, friendship and bovine burglary on the wild frontier

Indie filmmaker Kelly Reichardt's latest effort is her finest yet

‘Minamata’ review: sluggish eco-disaster drama is another forgettable Johnny Depp B-movie

Depp's gonzo turn is half-Captain Birdseye half-raggedy art student

‘1917’ review: ‘Skyfall’ director Sam Mendes crafts poignant, human story out of inhuman conflict

Settling down to 1917, you might be forgiven for suffering cinematic déjà vu. Just two years after Christopher Nolan wowed audiences with Dunkirk, another...
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