Passionate dance biopic is playful and fleet-footed
Exceptional exploitation psychodrama isn’t playing around.
Intriguing premise can’t sustain interest in muddled and mundane drama
Incredible documentary immersed in the true, unsanitised horror of war.
Melancholy meta-fiction from the former enfant-terrible of Spanish cinema
Promising debut hour from a natural comic talent
Engaging and endearing culture clash tale from a talented raconteur
Pleasant conversational stand-up sadly lacking in solid punchlines
Comic potential hidden by an almost apologetic stage presence
Notorious serial killer film almost unforgivably boring
Beautiful coming-of-age drama is slightly undermined by its own artistic tendencies
No-nonsense and no-holds barred confessional material from talented Icelander
Yet another solid hour from the reliable Free Fringe veteran
Deceptively clever madcap brilliance from ever-reliable clown prince of daftness
Riotous character comedy is an hour of ecclesiastical excellence
Fishy whiff of over-familiarity can’t sink gleefully silly Scandi pastiche
Thoughtful Manson Family drama is frustratingly close to getting under the skin of a monster.
Lengthy but surface-level tale of a quintessential rise-and-fall fable.
Lengthy, but heartfelt melodrama is an underappreciated Golden Age classic.
“It’s just me marvelling at people who can be arsed doing anything.” We spoke to the rising star about her debut Fringe hour, Duvet Day.
Comedy streaming service appeals for acts to be filmed during August.
“Maybe there should be limits…? No… never!!” We chat to character comedian about new show LOIS.
A killer dress causes havoc in the best horror satire on consumerism since Dawn of the Dead.
Charming comedy-drama deserves the support the title requests.