Much like the work of Don DeLillo or David Lynch, the narrative summons more questions and mysteries than conclusions or answers.
Stephen King cultists will find the humour and originality of the author firmly intact, but perhaps only in fragments and flashes.
Bernard Rose’s Frankenstein is a compelling and thought-provoking yarn that retains an air of unpredictability.
A carefully constructed and deliberately vague set-up that milks every ounce of tension, with twists coming thick and fast.
An absurd, one-gag pony, but these alien clowns look incredible even now.
With its engaging themes of destiny, fate, and redemption, After emerges as a strangely touching and haunting film.