Ben Parker’s “The Chamber” Is A Technical Accomplishment

Ben Parker's taut, tense feature film debut showcases the writer-director's skill with the camera...

The Escalation Of Dread Makes “Bad Frank” Uniquely Unnerving

Bad Frank from writer/director Tony Germinario is currently impressing audiences on the festival circuit...

“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

De Palma’s “Raising Cain” Is A Curiously Twisted Treat

Raising Cain isn't one of Brian De Palma's best films but boasts moments of absurd brilliance indicative of one of Hollywood's great stylists...

“Cohen And Tate” Turns The Buddy Road Movie Upside Down

Cohen and Tate sees a pair of hitmen find their road trip across state upset by their child captive who plays them off against each other...

John Carpenter’s “Assault On Precinct 13” Is A Masterclass In Economy

Martin Carr revisits John Carpenter's classic siege thriller and finds that it remains a technical marvel...
Posted On 28 Nov 2016

“10 Cloverfield Lane” Is A Thrilling Reminder What Cinema Is Capable Of

We review 10 Cloverfield Lane, the spiritual sequel to 2008's overrated found footage hit Cloverfield...
Posted On 25 Nov 2016

“The Girl On The Train” Is An Intriguing Suburban Thriller Despite The Spectre Of “Gone Girl” Looming Over It

Based on Paula Hawkins' bestseller, Emily Blunt is The Girl On The Train in this mystery-thriller from The Help director Tate Taylor...