“Indochine” Is Sumptuous, Sweeping & Grandiose

Indochine is sumptuous, sweeping & grandiose, embroiling us in political concerns, resurgent Communism and the faltering grip French occupation...
Posted On 16 Feb 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...

“Moonlight” Shines As Brightly As Its Writer-Director’s Bold Intentions

The multi-Oscar nominated Moonlight arrives in UK cinemas to similar acclaim seen stateside...

The Stage Is Unequivocally Steve Martin’s In “Roxanne”

Steve Martin's endearing romantic comedy sees his nice-guy fire chief try to help a hapless colleague win a girl's heart only to fall in love with her himself...

“Network” Is Still Mad As Hell

Mark Fraser revisits Network, a film which provides a possible explanation as to how news media evolved into the cultural colossus that it is today...
Posted On 30 Jan 2017

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...

“La La Land” Is An Utter Delight

The critically adored La La Land from the seemingly infinitely talented writer-director Damien Chazelle gets another glowing commendation from Top 10 Films...

The “Blair Witch” Deserves Better Fodder Than Adam Wingard’s Bait

This production line found footage horror is as forgettable as the bait the director lines up for the titular villain...