Welcome to CineChat, a small team of UK/US based movie lovers with a passion for reviewing, podcasting and generally just chatting about the movies and TV shows we watch. Feel free to join in the conversation on anything that we cover, or get in touch with us if you have something that you would like us to review!

REVIEW: The Fall of the House of Usher

The Fall of the House of Usher, Mike Flanagan’s most recent Netflix project, is based on a collection of works…

ByErika JohnsonOct 17, 20234 min read

REVIEW: A Haunting in Venice

A Haunting in Venice is Kenneth Branagh’s third instalment in his Hercule Poirot series, this time replacing the glamour and…

BySarah ClappertonOct 11, 20234 min read


Episodes reviewed: 1-6 Gen V is a new 8-part series, coming to Prime Video this Friday and set in the…

ByLee BoardmanSep 27, 20233 min read

REVIEW: Dumb Money

Dumb Money, based on the book, “The Antisocial Network” dramatizes the GameStop saga of 2020/2021, where r/WallStreetBets users, a group…

ByErika JohnsonSep 25, 20233 min read

REVIEW: Accused

It was only recently that I finally managed to watch the brilliant Boiling Point and now director Philip Barantini follows…

ByLee BoardmanSep 19, 20234 min read


Milton (Ben Kingsley) lives a monotonous, quiet life in a small town in rural Pennsylvania. He goes about his typical…

ByErika JohnsonSep 11, 20233 min read

REVIEW: Priscilla

Priscilla is the newest film from Sofia Coppola, adapted from Priscilla Presley’s 1985 book Elvis and Me which premiered at…

ByClare BruntonSep 4, 20233 min read

REVIEW: Ferrari

Premiering at this year’s Venice Film Festival, Ferrari is the latest film from Michael Mann. Starring Adam Driver, Penelope Cruz…

ByClare BruntonSep 4, 20233 min read

REVIEW: Humanist Vampire Seeking Consenting Suicidal Person

The vampire has long been used as a sexual awakening metaphor, and Humanist Vampire Seeking Consenting Suicidal Person (aka Vampire…

ByClare BruntonSep 2, 20232 min read
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