Review: “Miss Leslie’s Dolls” Strictly For The Cult House

Mark Fraser ponders a work that presses a few interesting buttons, but for the wrong reasons...
Posted On 10 Oct 2018

Review: “The Tiger” Bears Some Sharp Creative Claws

Mark Fraser looks at a scrumptious work produced in a country where the film industry arguably deserves a wider international audience...
Posted On 09 Oct 2018

Review: “Death Line” Not Quite On Track

Mark Fraser looks back at a B-grade horror film where a few fundamental errors almost undermine the whole production...
Posted On 26 Sep 2018

Review: “The Border” Crosses A More Realistic Line

Mark Fraser re-evaluates a work in which the subject matter is still as relevant today as it was a quarter of a century ago...
Posted On 12 Sep 2018

Review: “Gumshoe” Steps Through Some Reverent Territory

Mark Fraser revisits a 1970s English crime movie which bucked the trend of the day by eschewing violence...
Posted On 10 Aug 2018

Review: “The Fortune” Doesn’t Favour The Brave

Mark Fraser revisits a work which the ensuing four decades have failed to rescue...
Posted On 16 Jul 2018

Review: “The Deadly Affair” Not Entirely Fatalistic

An English espionage movie made in the late 1960s by one of America’s great filmmakers...
Posted On 15 Jul 2018

Review: “Charley Varrick” Doesn’t Pander To Designated Audience  

Mark Fraser ponders over an odd moment in the life of American cinema...
Posted On 25 Jun 2018