Louis Chilton

Louis has written 7 articles for Nouse

2016 in Film: Half-Way Point

Lauren McNeilage, Chloe Kent, Charlie Thacker, Mark Curran, Coco Clements, Angel Lloyd and Louis Chilton choose some of the finest aspects of 2016 film so far

Review: Anomalisa

While Anomalisa steadfastly resists the beautiful, it is a film suffused with emotional deftness and a brutal underlying cynicism, says Louis Chilton

Review: Triple 9

A flat and derivative police corruption thriller, Triple 9 is weighed down by an over-stuffed, charmless script and a wasted pool of acting talent, says Louis Chilton

Review: Youth

Youth is intelligent, inventive cinema, as unashamedly playful as it is deceptively meaningful, says Louis Chilton

Review: The Big Short

With The Big Short, Adam McKay manages to find engaging cinema in profoundly un-cinematic material, says Louis Chilton

Review: James Acaster: Represent

James Ancaster’s Represent tour is both inventive and artfully performed, finds Louis Chilton

Review: The Intern

The Intern proves to be an inoffensively pointless film that even its cast can’t save, says Louis Chilton