REVIEW: The Death of Stalin (2017)

Russia, 1953. After Soviet leader Joseph Stalin (Adrian McLoughlin) suffers a fatal heart attack, it’s up to his band of subordinates to decide upon a successor. Cue all manner of bickering, plotting, and scheming.

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REVIEW: The Snowman (2017)

Troubled but terrific Oslo detective Harry Hole (Fassbender) balances less than commendable fathering with alcoholism and a stagnating work life. While tagging along on a missing persons case led by new recruit Katrine Bratt (Ferguson), it becomes clear that everything is tied to a serial killer who’s been at large for years, with a rather distinctive calling card...

REVIEW: Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

30 years after the events of Blade Runner, and the Earth’s eco-system is in tatters. The Tyrell empire has all but collapsed, a void filled by Niander (Leto) and his Wallace Corporation: responsible for creating fully-subservient next-gen Replicants. Officer K (Gosling) is a Blade Runner for the LAPD and tasked with hunting and ‘retiring’ the last of the rebellious Tyrell-era Nexus-8 Replicants. When a routine mission unearths a discovery that…