Top 12 Films Of Cinematographer Robert Richardson

Since the mid-1980s Robert Richardson (born 1955) has established himself as one of the world’s leading cinematographers...
Posted On 18 Apr 2017

“Jinnah” Proves Less Can Be More

Mark Fraser revisits a biopic in which the predominantly stoic protagonist is humble enough to acknowledge his shortcomings...
Posted On 17 Apr 2017

“Salo” Offers Little Hope – But No Mercy

One truly intriguing aspect of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s 1975 swansong is the fact the movie ends on a slightly optimistic note...
Posted On 24 Mar 2017

“10 Rillington Place”: An Address To Revisit

A film where both the crime and its punishment are approached with the same degree of restrained respect...
Posted On 05 Mar 2017

Top 10 Foreign Language Films Snubbed By The Oscars

Mark Fraser looks at 10 instances when the Oscars shunned some mighty talent...
Posted On 27 Feb 2017

“Network” Is Still Mad As Hell

Mark Fraser revisits Network, a film which provides a possible explanation as to how news media evolved into the cultural colossus that it is today...
Posted On 30 Jan 2017

“Christine” Stuck In Low Gear

Despite the fact two bona fide horror marquee names were behind its creation, a supernatural thriller made during the first half of the 1980s somehow failed to fully capitalise on their popularity...
Posted On 14 Jan 2017

“The Glass Key”: A Bit Too Transparent

Sometimes only half measures are needed for a movie to register as something it may not necessarily be. Mark Fraser revisits an early 1940s Hollywood work which enjoys a questionable reputation...
Posted On 28 Dec 2016