“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...

Taut & Terrifying, “Green Room” Doesn’t Hold Back

Jeremy Saulnier's third film finds a punk-metal band fighting for their lives after a gig turns sour. It's a taut, terrifying thrill-ride...

“Suture” Stitches Delusion To Denial

Mark Fraser looks back at an independent American movie which shows just how strangely complicated becoming an imposter can be...
Posted On 11 Sep 2016

“Law Of Desire” Is An Intricate, Unforgettable Tale Of Carnal Obsession

Pedro Almodovar's 1987 film is an unforgettable and intricate tale of lust and sexual discovery starring long-time collaborator Antonio Banderas in one of his earliest roles...

Hitchcock Homage “Last Embrace” Sees Director Jonathan Demme Still Finding His Feet

Last Embrace, an unashamed homage to Alfred Hitchcock, has its moments but lacks the finesse and the energy of Demme's best work...