Jack Lowden

Kindred (Movie Review)

What does it mean to be loyal to one’s family, and, better yet, how do we even define family? For one woman, family is little more than a cage in Kindred. IFC Midnight delivers the Psychological Thriller to select theaters, Digital and VOD on Friday, ... Read More

England Is Mine (Movie Review)

Morrissey has always been something of an enigma. The former Smiths frontman has lived a life shrouded in mystery—and lately in controversy, too. While Morrissey is well-known for the misery-soaked music he gifted to his dedicated fanbase, few seem to consider his time as Steven, ... Read More

Dunkirk (Movie Review)

Every great film director has a standout war film. Francis Coppola had 1979’s Apocalypse Now, Steven Spielberg had 1998’s Saving Private Ryan, Kathryn Bigelow had 2008’s The Hurt Locker, Mel Gibson had 2016’s Hacksaw Ridge, and now Christopher Nolan has 2017’s Dunkirk. Written and directed by Nolan, ... Read More