Reviews

Review: Daniel Craig Is James Bond In SKYFALL

Skyfall is a great movie, not just a great James Bond movie, but a film which stands on its own outside of the long running film series. Daniel Craig’s third outing as James Bond is his best yet (even though I was a big fan of the unfairly [...]

October 28, 2012

DVD Review: Read All About Samuel Fuller’s PARK ROW

Samuel Fuller’s 1952 film, Park Row is often regarded as one of the great ‘Newspaper Movies’. The film, set in the 1880s, sees Gene Evans star as an idealistic journalist who sets up his own newspaper, only to face the wrath of Mary [...]

October 24, 2012

Blu-ray Review: Fritz Lang’s DAS TESTAMENT DES DR. MABUSE

Fritz Lang’s Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse is a sumptuously shot thriller, which was banned by Joseph Goebbels shortly after its Berlin premiere in 1933. Mabuse (a sequel to Lang’s 1922 film, Dr. Mabuse the Gambler) follows the investigation into [...]

October 19, 2012

DVD Review: British Sci-Fi STORAGE 24

Take a measure of John Carpenter mixed spice (The Thing, Assault On Precinct 13), add a touch of Alien, a pinch of Shaun of the Dead and a smidgen of Die Hard, bring to the boil and rest. Now, get ready to serve-up some Storage 24. Director Johannes [...]

October 18, 2012

Halloween Horror DVD & Blu-ray Round-Up

Halloween is nearly here and that means that a slew of new horror related releases will be hitting the shelves. I’ve reviewed a few for your reading pleasure – maybe you’ll take a punt and watch one. Featured in this bumper review section is [...]

October 9, 2012

Blu-ray Review: THE WILD GEESE – The Original Expendables

The Expendables weren’t the first gaggle of aging mercenaries to hit the big screen, The Wild Geese shot up the screens way back in 1978. Featuring the not inconsiderable acting talents of Richard Burton, Roger Moore, Richard Harris, Hardy Kruger [...]

October 7, 2012

Review: Craig Griffith’s THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

The world of film is changing. Advances in technology have seen the traditional methods of production and distribution shattered. The digital age means that it is now cheaper than ever to produce a film, and to gain attention through the internet [...]

October 2, 2012

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