All articles by Thomas Flew

Reviews

Cryptozoo tells a simple tale of good versus evil through an animated world of mythical creatures

Dash Shaw’s adult animation follows the fate of fantastical ‘cryptid’ beasts and their keepers as they try to escape weaponisation by the U.S. military.

By Thomas Flew

Cryptozoo tells a simple tale of good versus evil through an animated world of mythical creatures
Reviews

Luca takes a fish out of water for a summer holiday

By Thomas Flew

Luca takes a fish out of water for a summer holiday
Reviews

Servants takes up the fight to separate church from Czechoslovak state

By Thomas Flew

Servants takes up the fight to separate church from Czechoslovak state
Reviews

Palm Springs gives a passing tweak to the infinite time loop movie

By Thomas Flew

Palm Springs gives a passing tweak to the infinite time loop movie
Festivals

By us, about us, for all: why films by trans people matter for everyone

By Thomas Flew

By us, about us, for all: why films by trans people matter for everyone
My Dream Palace

Let there be projector light: 80 films that take us inside cinemas

By Thomas Flew

Let there be projector light: 80 films that take us inside cinemas
Lists

The most anticipated films of 2021

By Thomas Flew, Devika Girish and others

The most anticipated films of 2021
Reviews

The Twentieth Century tells a bastardised history of Canadian politics

By Thomas Flew

The Twentieth Century tells a bastardised history of Canadian politics
Festivals

One for the Road: a stylish but superficial Thai road trip

By Thomas Flew

One for the Road: a stylish but superficial Thai road trip
Festivals

Human Factors: a tense, puzzling family drama

By Thomas Flew

Human Factors: a tense, puzzling family drama
Festivals

Luzzu: an earnest, neorealistic Maltese fishing drama

By Thomas Flew

Luzzu: an earnest, neorealistic Maltese fishing drama
Festivals

The Pink Cloud: an inadvertently true-to-life lockdown drama

By Thomas Flew

The Pink Cloud: an inadvertently true-to-life lockdown drama
Festivals

Cryptozoo: a stunningly singular animated vision

By Thomas Flew

Cryptozoo: a stunningly singular animated vision
Reviews

Prime Time: Jakub Piatek’s explosive directorial debut

By Thomas Flew

Prime Time: Jakub Piatek’s explosive directorial debut
Festivals

El Planeta: a mother-daughter duo delight

By Thomas Flew

El Planeta: a mother-daughter duo delight
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The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be Quiet: a flatly episodic oddball comedy

By Thomas Flew

The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be Quiet: a flatly episodic oddball comedy
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Hive: a true story of Kosovan female solidarity

By Thomas Flew

Hive: a true story of Kosovan female solidarity
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Fire in the Mountains: a family on the rocks in the Himalayas

By Thomas Flew

Fire in the Mountains: a family on the rocks in the Himalayas
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Pleasure: pornstar Bella Cherry takes L.A.

By Thomas Flew

Pleasure: pornstar Bella Cherry takes L.A.
Festivals

We’re All Going to the World’s Fair: a creepy dive into the internet's depth

By Thomas Flew

We’re All Going to the World’s Fair: a creepy dive into the internet's depth
Festivals

Sundance Film Festival 2021 blog

By Sophie Brown, Thomas Flew and others

Sundance Film Festival 2021 blog
Reviews

Nimic mixes manic-comic music-mimic magic

By Thomas Flew

Nimic mixes manic-comic music-mimic magic
Reviews

Overseas watches domestic workers rehearse their art

By Thomas Flew

Overseas watches domestic workers rehearse their art
Reviews

Feels Good Man sends a plague of frogs over US politics

By Thomas Flew

Feels Good Man sends a plague of frogs over US politics
Reviews

Pixie pits gangster priests against a wily woman in the Wild West of Ireland

By Thomas Flew

Pixie pits gangster priests against a wily woman in the Wild West of Ireland
Reviews

The Salt in Our Waters kicks up stormy arguments in the Ganges Delta

By Thomas Flew

The Salt in Our Waters kicks up stormy arguments in the Ganges Delta
Reviews

The Intruder speaks little evil

By Thomas Flew

The Intruder speaks little evil
Reviews

Enola Holmes review: Sherlock’s teen sister loosens some Victorian stuffing

By Thomas Flew

Enola Holmes review: Sherlock’s teen sister loosens some Victorian stuffing
Reviews

Bill & Ted Face the Music review: the Gen X dad dudes unleash their daughters

By Thomas Flew

Bill & Ted Face the Music review: the Gen X dad dudes unleash their daughters