“Dough” Is A Little Rough Around The Edges

Dough comically tackles issues of race and religion as a Jewish baker and Muslim refugee revive the fortunes of a bakery business...

Interview: eOne Make “I, Daniel Blake” Accessible For Everyone

Paul Laverty praises UK distributor eOne for making I, Daniel Blake available to audiences priced-out by mainstream multiplexes...

“Free Fire” Is Riotous Fun

British writer-director Ben Wheatley concocts perhaps his most accessible film to date...

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

“K-Shop” Fails To Exploit A Good Idea

Pringle's forgettable effort showcases a prosaic stage on which to play out a morbid curiosity of lamb kebabs and relay the old gag about what goes into the recipe...

Tim Roth’s Unforgettable “The War Zone” Redefines The Term Friendly Fire

The War Zone is a troubling, unforgettable drama about domestic abuse within a seemingly typical family...

Brutal British Horror Reveals An Unforgettably “Cruel Summer”

Phillip Escott and Craig Newman deliver their feature film debut in the form of brutal British horror Cruel Summer...

Celebrating The Impact & Influence Of Michael Powell’s “Peeping Tom”

One of the best British horror films of all time, Peeping Tom remains an influential, subversive piece of cinema from director Michael Powell...