Emotionally Charged & Unconventional, “The Pyramid Texts” Is Singularly Unique

An eloquently penned piece of prose, made flesh through a performance carved from granite and immortalised in celluloid....
Posted On 29 Apr 2017

Michael O’Shea’s “The Transfiguration” Is Brave, Original & Thought Provoking

There is no doubt The Transfiguration is a powerful piece of filmmaking both in terms of approach and subject matter...
Posted On 20 Apr 2017

“Aftermath” Has Moments Of Genuine Honesty Amid Distracting Melodrama

Smart. honest performances from Schwarzenegger and McNairy ensure Aftermath has heart despite its journey towards melodrama...
Posted On 10 Apr 2017

“The Anderson Tapes” Boasts Slick Heist Movie Credentials With 70s Flair

Sidney Lumet's part caper, part social commentary can be viewed as a snapshot of an America in turmoil...
Posted On 05 Apr 2017

“Ghosts From Mars” Sees Genre Master John Carpenter Have An Off Day

The Indicator limited edition blu-ray range adds John Carpenter's cult classic Ghosts of Mars to its range...
Posted On 04 Apr 2017

A Stellar Shia LeBeouf Performance Gives Dita Montiel’s “Man Down” Something To Cheer

Martin Carr takes a closer look at Dita Montiel's ponderous effort...
Posted On 31 Mar 2017

“Paterson” Is A Gentle Reminder Of The Beauty Of Everyday Life

"Taking our every day and making it magical is what this film does best," says Martin Carr in his Top 10 Films review...
Posted On 29 Mar 2017

“Uncertain” Is Unnervingly Honest

Ewan McNicol and Anna Sandilands film won the Tribeca Film Festival’s Albert Maysles Documentary Director Award...
Posted On 10 Mar 2017