Dystopian sci-fi drama, campy horror melodrama and dubious business practices all feature in our third EIFF review report!
Pixar! Weird fan fiction! Our review coverage continues of the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016!
James Cosmo gives a tour-de-force performance in this stark, multi-layered monologue drama about a boxer and his regrets
Director Joe Stephenson makes an impressive feature film debut with this gentle yet powerful drama
A gripping and highly detailed documentary about shocking police corruption in 1980s New York, mainly perperated by disgraced officer Michael Dowd
Music video-turned-feature film director Corin Hardy makes a solidly effective debut with his fairytale themed horror
Bizarre family bonding and death obsession collide in this odd, rather aimless mumblecore dramedy
An admirable attempt at something unique but a sluggish and drawn-out zombie drama nonetheless
'Downfall' director Oliver Hirschbiegel returns to WWII with this handsomely made, if rather unmemorable, war drama
Robert Carlyle makes a hilarious and macabre debut with this story of a barber turned (accidental) serial killer
Asif Kapadia ('Senna') directs another passionate and illuminating documentary about a famous figure gone too soon
This morning new festival Artistic Director Mark Adams announced the lineup for this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival at the Filmhouse in Edinburgh. As always,
A beautifully shot but occasionally sluggish telling of a shocking true story
Sophia Coppola directs this shallow film about shallow people, starring Emma Watson
Mark Cousins' latest film is a charming and insighftul look at kids in the movies