All articles by Anne Billson

Reviews

Lamb delivers a slice of Icelandic-weird that tips into unabashed folk-horror

Valdimar Jóhannsson’s feature debut begins as a lonely depiction of life in rural Iceland, but the arrival of baby Ada, a lamb/human hybrid, turns this sinister film on its bestial head.

By Anne Billson

Lamb delivers a slice of Icelandic-weird that tips into unabashed folk-horror
Reviews

Squid Game is a winning addition to the burgeoning dystopia subgenre

By Anne Billson

Squid Game is a winning addition to the burgeoning dystopia subgenre
Features

From hair to eternity: Brad Pitt in 37 films

By Anne Billson

From hair to eternity: Brad Pitt in 37 films
Features

A pantheon of one’s own: 25 female film critics worth celebrating

By Anne Billson, Mark Cousins and others

A pantheon of one’s own: 25 female film critics worth celebrating