Mark Fraser continues his celebration of the work of great director-cinematographer partnerships in a top 10 featuring non-US film-makers and their directors of photography.
Julien Leclercq’s limp retelling of the 1994 hostage crisis aboard Air France’s Flight 8969 celebrates military might over the individual stories of those involved.
Amelie was recently released on Blu-ray in the UK. Andy Boxall revisits the film that wowed audiences across the world on its release in 2001. But do its charms still work today?
Jerome Salle writes and directs this sequel to 2008′s Largo Winch based on the Belgium comic of the same name. Is it worth seeing? Andy Boxall finds out.
Taste of Cinema writer David Zou sets out his Chinese-language wish list for Criterion. Will the likes of Farewell My Concubine and A Better Tomorrow make the Criterion Collection? Do they deserve to?
Dutch filmmaker Dick Maas goes the horror-comedy route for his darkly comic tale of a serial killing re-imagination of Santa Claus. But is it worth your time?
Director Pedro Almodovar gravitates towards the world of horror in this tale of a mad scientist who keeps a woman captive while experimenting on a revolutionary new type of skin.
REC 2 continues the handheld camera thrills of the hugely entertaining original film as a group of well-armed policemen enter the building to try and contain the situation.
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