Maddy Fry

Maddy Fry

Maddy Fry is a freelance journalist and researcher who has written for the News Statesman, the Daily Telegraph, Time magazine and the Huffington Post, as well as having appeared on Sky News, Channel 4 and LBC Radio, among others. She is currently in the throes of editing her first novel, and occasionally podcasts about theatre and TV via @merryfryreports.

Film Review: Happy Death Day 2U

The best thing that can be said about Happy Death Day 2U is that it does what it says on the tin: a few jump scares, some unconvincing romantic subplots and enough cliches to make it palatable for a 'what not to' class at any film school. Still, no-one in...

Film Review: Glass

There's something rather troubling about Glass Most of the film is set in a lunatic asylum where our 'heroes', convinced they're of the super variety, are being treated for various forms of mental illness. The psychiatrist in charge, played by Sarah Paulson, is trying to achieve a breakthrough in record...

Film Review: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

So there is a bad Coen Brothers film. Dispiritingly, this was my first thought once the credits rolled for The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. Even worse, I started to think it about 30 minutes in. As someone who has spent the last decade insisting The Big Lewbowski and No Country for Old Men are more than...