Jennie Kermode

A full time writer, part time academic and human rights advocate, Jennie is content director at Eye For Film, which often means that she has to pick up the awful stuff nobody else wants to review. The good side of this is that it gives her the chance to identify undiscovered gems.

Jennie enjoys a wide range of different genres and would probably say that her favourite film is Picnic At Hanging Rock or Vertigo. Before coming to Eye For Film, she spent two years with Movie Gurus. She has worked as Arts & Culture Editor at KaleidoScot and written on film for the likes of The Independent, Studio Magazine and the Directory of World Cinema. She also writes books, the most recent of which is Growing Older as a Trans and/or Non-Binary Person.

Jennie is a member of the Online Film Critics Society and Cherry Picks and Criticwire. She is also a Rotten Tomatoes registered Tomatometer critic.

We have 3260 reviews by Jennie Kermode in the database: read them here

Latest Film Reviews

Two Distant Strangers
A cartoonist's repeated attempts to get home to his dog are thwarted by a recurring deadly encounter that forces him to re-live the same day over and over again.
Mustang Saviors
A documentary about how bringing war veterans and wild mustangs together is helping both to readjust.
Three friends making a web series about their town discover that their neighbours are being killed and replaced by creatures who are perfect copies of their victims.
Future People: The Family Of Donor 5114
A documentary following a group of adolescents who discover that they were conceived from the same sperm donor.
A Soviet adaptation of The Fellowship Of The Ring, in which four young hobbits are charged with carrying a dangerous treasure.
The Power
In 1973, a young nurse is forced to work the night shift in a crumbling hospital as striking miners switch off the power across Britain. Inside the walls lurks a terrifying presence that threatens to consume her and everyone around her.
Sam & Mattie Make A Zombie Movie
Two teenagers with Down Syndrome escape their social isolation by convincing the entire state of Rhode Island to help them make a rather questionable zombie movie.
A documentary about the suicide of a bullied 12-year-old and her parents' efforts to protect other children through outreach.
Slay The Dragon
Gerrymandering has become a hot-button political topic and symbol for everything broken about the American electoral process. But there are those on the front lines fighting to change the system.
Da Capo
A struggling songwriter reconnects with a former bandmate who is now teaching music.


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Kevin Pontuti and Alexandra Loreth on The Yellow Wallpaper

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