“Castle Keep” Is A Subtle & Unpredictable World War 2 Film

Castle Keep cements Sydney Pollack’s reputation as a director of great talent who is sorely missed...
Posted On 26 Jul 2017

British Oddity “The Orchard End Murder” Feels Like A Poor Sophomore Effort

The BFI brings this little seen British oddity back to life with a dual format DVD/Blu-ray release...
Posted On 24 Jul 2017

“Personal Shopper” Is A Beautiful & Beguiling Curiosity

Everything that’s good about the meditative, supernatural drama Personal Shopper centres on Kristen Stewart...

“The Lost City Of Z” Is Visually Impressive But Bloated & Underwhelming

The Lost City Of Z is a sad case of a film journey being more engaging and captivating than the destination...

“These Final Hours” Is An Under-seen Gem

Hilditch has produced a tension drenched, brutally nihilistic film, peppered with human moments of tenderness...
Posted On 14 Jul 2017

“La Traviata” Sees Filmmaker Sofia Coppola Direct Her First Opera

If I were to give any advice it would be watch her films first, as this interpretation does little to elevate her reputation...
Posted On 11 Jul 2017

Ray Harryhausen Fans Will Be Delighted With The Sinbad Trilogy Blu-ray

This wonderful presentation features The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, The Golden Voyage of Sinbad and Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger...
Posted On 08 Jul 2017

“Tommy’s Honour” Is A By-The-Numbers Biopic

Tommy's Honour remains a by-the-numbers bio piece with good intentions and solid performances...
Posted On 07 Jul 2017