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‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’ – Review

A creepy kid, a widow struggling with single parenthood, a gimmicky key to the spirit world, and a priest with a past who has all the answers. Anyone familiar with the canon of classic horror films from the late 1960s to 1980s will recognise these horror film elements, which are used here to make up […]

‘The Neon Demon’ – Review

Style is often treated as the antithesis to substance, as if the two are mutually exclusive. Nicholas Winding Refn’s latest feature puts forward a strong case that style can be the substance. It took me a while to work out exactly how I felt about this film: what initially felt like a series of really, […]