Phil de Semlyen, Time Out New York

Phil de Semlyen

Time Out New York

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Recent articles by Phil:

From ‘Succession’ to ‘Dune’: the best movies and shows to watch this month

It’s a massive month for cinemas with James Bond and Venom on the big screen → Read More

No Time to Die review: Daniel Craig's epic swan song is a triumph

Craig bows out with the best James Bond movie since Casino Royale → Read More

Halloween Kills review: a franchise coasting on long-past glories

Violent but unscary, this clunking slasher film brings nothing new to the mortuary table → Read More

Belle review: Belle review: Mamoru Hosoda’s anthemic anime is a cyber fairy tale that soars

It girls, grieving high-schoolers and cyber dragons collide in a tune-filled skew on Beauty and the Beast → Read More

Titane review: Julie Ducournau’s batshit, brilliant ‘Raw’ follow-up is wild ride

Extreme violence, car fucking and gender fluidity meet in this wild ride → Read More

The French Dispatch review: Wes Anderson

This Wes megamix is almost too much of a good thing → Read More

In the Heights review: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical is a big-screen joy

A cast of triple threats sees this Broadway hit land on the screen in a riot of energy and heart → Read More

This beautiful new-look cinema looks like the inside of a lava lamp

This beautiful new-look cinema looks like the inside of a lava lamp → Read More

Glastonbury is going virtual this month – and the whole world can tune in

From Coldplay to Haim: here’s who’s on the line-up and how to join in → Read More

Edgar Wright, Naomie Harris and Benedict Cumberbatch on their first ever cinema trips

Edgar Wright, Naomie Harris and Benedict Cumberbatch on their first ever trips → Read More

Here’s what people are saying about the new Jason Statham thriller

Guy Ritchie’s ‘Wrath of Man’ is ‘one of his best-directed movies’ → Read More

A new cinema hotel is welcoming film buffs to Paris

Big-screen bedrooms, a cinema next door and a La La Land karaoke suite → Read More

Nomadland wins big at the Oscars

Chloé Zhao becomes the first woman of colour to win Best Director, Anthony Hopkins wins Best Actor → Read More

When will cinemas reopen in the UK?

What the government’s post-lockdown plans mean for your local picture house → Read More

Sundance review: Censor is a blood-splattered horror homage

Prano Bailey-Bond’s debut is an impressive mix of psychological wig-out and OTT body horror → Read More

Time out review – Synchronic

Stoner visuals and thinky philosophizing combine in a smart time travel movie → Read More

Time out review – Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm

Back in 2006, Sacha Baron Cohen upscaled his racist Kazakh journo Borat Sagdiyev from TV sketch shows to the big screen and hit big. Borat raked in $128 million → Read More

Time out review – Netflix’s Rebecca

Tasteful but soporific, this dull du Maurier adaptation is a rare Ben Wheatley misfire → Read More

The Trial of the Chicago 7: everything you need to know

Who’s in it and what’s Aaron Sorkin’s star-laden new Netflix movie all about? → Read More

Tenet Review: Nolan’s hyped espionage sci-fi delivers visual intensity but little heart

It’s hard to escape the sense that less might have been more. → Read More