“Mother” Gradually Peels Away Layers Before Brilliantly Descending Into Darkness

Director Aronofsky and his collaborators have created an eerily effective thriller which thrives on misdirection and perverts point of view...
Posted On 18 Feb 2018

“Breathe”: A Moral Fable Which Calls To The Intrepid In All Of Us

An allegorical experience which incorporates flashback, point of view and close up camera styles to illustrate the limitless emotional capacity on show...
Posted On 18 Feb 2018

“Daphne” Is A Refreshing Rom-Com Without The Gloss

Emily Beecham stars as the eponymous Daphne in this refreshing snap shot of urban life in an ever changing social media driven society...
Posted On 06 Feb 2018

Destined To Become One Of The Great American Romantic-Comedies, “The Big Sick” Dazzles

It becomes quickly evident while watching The Big Sick why it is now one of the highest grossing independent American films ever made...
Posted On 20 Jan 2018

“A Woman’s Life” Is Nothing Short Of Masterful

Like a dancer dodging raindrops Stephane Brize paints beauty between breaks in the cloud, shining light on feminine empowerment in the masterful A Woman's Life...
Posted On 11 Jan 2018

Lacking Bite, “The Howling” Hasn’t Aged Well

1980s cult werewolf classic The Howling gets a new lease of life on Blu-ray courtesy of Studiocanal...
Posted On 28 Dec 2017

“Torture Garden” Is More Than Mere Curiosity

More curio than serious purchase for the fair weather fan, Torture Garden is wasted on those not truly interested in the genre, whilst illustrating the limitations of unchecked creative freedom...
Posted On 28 Nov 2017

“Remember Baghdad” Is Illuminating, Humane & Touching

Remember Baghdad is a highly recommended documentary that goes someway to banishing assumptions about a Middle Eastern region tarred with a singular brush...
Posted On 26 Nov 2017