Hello, I'm Stanyo Zhelev (think of the 'Zh' as a soft 'J' and you'll be close enough). I'm an English with Film Studies graduate from King's College London and a contributor at The National Student. I also write for Entertainment Fuse, and have my own blog, www.thecinemastan.com
Can You Ever Forgive Me? review - Melissa McCarthy is fantastic in darkly funny Lee Israel biopic
Based on the fascinating true story of a struggling writer that forged letters from deceased authors
The Front Runner review - Political drama misses the mark
Hugh Jackman plays a real life presidential candidate, whose campaign was derailed by accusations of infidelity
Roma review - Alfonso Cuarón's latest is a powerful black-and-white drama
One of the year's best reviewed movies lives up to the hype
Creed II review - explosively emotional and entertaining sequel
It's time to get back in the ring, and make sure you leave your retainers at home ladies.
Overlord review - gory WWII horror film is undead on arrival
Being loud isn't automatically the same thing as being exciting
LFF 2018: Wildlife review - an intimate portrait of a crumbling marriage
Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhall excel in Paul Dano's impressive directorial debut
Halloween review - a horror classic reborn
Part sequel, part remake - all awesome
Venom Review - A loud, vapid pile of garbage
Tom Hardy puts in a good show, but he can't save this horrible movie
Foreign Film Friday: Celebrate 70 Years of Israeli Cinema with a Film Festival this October
See eight great Israeli movies in four days for free
Alpha review - a stirring, beautiful story of survival and friendship
Man and wolf must work together to find their way home
Bad Samaritan review - an enjoyable, if unremarkable thriller
Every movie needs a scenery-chewing David Tennant villain
First Reformed review - Ethan Hawke excels in quiet, intense character study
A priest of a small congregation is torn between the torment of his past and despair of the future.
Sicario 2: Soldado review - decent action thriller is a step down from the original
The follow-up to Sicario is missing the human element that made the first one so great.
New trailers for How to Train Your Dragon 3, Bad Times at the El Royale and The Girl in the Spider's Web
The week of All the Trailers continues...
Yet another 'Joker' standalone movie is in the works
Jared Leto will reprise his Suicide Squad role ... even though nobody wants him to
Tully review - solid dramedy about the toll of motherhood
Three kids is a lot, even for Charlize Theron.
Blockers review - a funny and refreshingly sex-positive teen sex comedy
The title references 'Sock Blocking', the well-known practice of parents hiding socks to mess with their kids
Isle of Dogs review - weird and wonderful, but wuff around the edges
A stop-motion animation feast for the eyes and ears