The Worst Person in the World review: love as it is audience

In 2018 we fell in love with Thelma by Joachim Trier during Film Fest Gent . So we were immediately curious about Trier’s new film, especially when we read that…

Madres Paralelas review: vivan las madres

Pedro Almodóvar is back with a film about his favorite subject: mothers. The hall was packed when we went to see Film Fest Gent . Madres Paralelas provides a starring…

Spencer review: like a lion in a golden cage

Fuck is one of the first words Pablo Larraín’s version of Diana Spencer says. So you know right away that this will not be your average portrait of the beloved,…

Spider-Man: No Way Home review – barrel full of emotion

Normally at Geekster we never miss a press vision of a Marvel film so that we can hype you up a bit before release or adjust expectations where necessary. But…

The Card Counter review: fascinating character study

Paul Schrader is a true veteran of the film business, but makes a specific kind of films that not everyone will like. His films are well made but sometimes come…

The King’s Man review: fun but nothing more than that

In 2014 we were introduced to Kingsman, a new and different kind of spy organization from, say, the James Bonds we’re used to: even more ruthless, with more swearing and…

[Review] John Wick 2

The year 2014 marked a comeback. After an appreciable thriller without being crazy (Knock Knock), Keanu Reeves returned to a cinematographic genre that he masters and which … The year…

[Review] The Lost City of Z

In just five films, James Gray has managed to make his mark in American and European cinema. The Lost City of Z should not … In just five films, James…

[Review] Ghost in the Shell

It took more than twenty years before Hollywood cinema seized on the famous Ghost in the Shell franchise. The interest of such an industry was enough to arouse the fear…

[Review] The Mummy

In 1932, Karl Freund scared the whole world with a mummy. From this film is born a legendary monster who will grow cinematographically, just like … In 1932, Karl Freund…