Us is every bit as chilling and unsettling as the trailer alludes. Peele, along with an astounding cast and production team deliver the kind of film that paves the way for a new era of horror, one that may just try to live among us, or at least force us to better understand ourselves. Be prepared for a slight existential crisis, a complete disenchantment with 11:11 and be kinder to your reflection, you know, just in case it turns out to be alive.
Immoral Kombat is sure to remain a firm favourite amongst the scene, but hit performances in this subversion of burlesque were too inconsistent to realise the true promise of this show.
Those expecting a mindless sports/action film will find a surprising depth in Fighting With My Family… If you can walk out of this film without at least one belly laugh and a quickly brushed away heartwarming tear for the underdog, you may find yourself being deserving of a wrestling receipt.
If you’re wanting a ‘hands to the mouth, gasp every five minutes, almost wet yourself from shock’ film, Greta is just not it. It does however, along with a slight fear of ever doing a nice deed again, amuse it’s audience and thrill you just enough to keep you invested until the very claustrophobic end.