Reviews

DVD Review: THE DEVIL’S ROCK IS A WWII Horror Movie

The horror genre is frequently looked down on by film critics. It can often be exploitative, cheap and nasty – three things that if done right can be quite a thrill for an audience. However, it’s a difficult juggling act to get right, meaning [...]

March 13, 2012

DVD Review: RESISTANCE Is A World War II Curiosity

Resistance is a low key British drama which plays with a “what if” premise of what if D-day was a failure and the Germans invaded Britain. The film, based on Owen Sheers’ novel, follows a group of German soldiers who are stationed in a small [...]

March 10, 2012

Review – Gary Oldman In THE BACKWOODS

Every so often a film comes along that reassures your faith in cinema. If doesn’t have to be a huge blockbuster or even the most acclaimed art house film, it can be a little film that entertains and captures your attention without letting go. [...]

March 8, 2012

DVD Review: Ryan Gosling In Nicolas Winding Refn’s DRIVE

Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive is a stripped down action-thriller for the art-house crowd, the perfect antidote to Hollywood’s overly glossy car movies like The Fast and the Furious franchise or Gone in Sixty Seconds. Based on James Sallis’ [...]

March 3, 2012

Review: Douglas Schulze’s MIMESIS: NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD

Lately, mainstream horror has been in the doldrums; studios seemingly appear to only want to remake older films, hoping that name recognition will draw audiences. Recent years have seen films like A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Thing and The Wolfman [...]

February 28, 2012

DVD Review: The Artist’s Jean Dujardin Stars In ‘CA$H

Jean Dujardin is now best known around the world for starring in Michel Hazanavicius’ Oscar nominated silent film The Artist. However, the French star has had a successful career on his home soil, starring in a string of successful comedy films, [...]

February 24, 2012

DVD Review: Owen Wilson In Woody Allen’s MIDNIGHT IN PARIS

It’s pretty much standard to hail every new Woody Allen film as a “return to form”. Now, Midnight in Paris may not be vintage Allen, but it is one of his finer efforts in recent years, and like many of Allen’s films over the last decade or [...]

February 24, 2012

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