Review: “Night Of The Demon” Remains An After Dark Treat

Despite some controversy surrounding the appearance of its titular monster, a spooky film made in England during the second half of the 1950s has lost none of its eerily tense charm...
Posted On 26 May 2019

Review: The Flagrantly Chauvinistic “Take A Girl Like You” Has Few If Any Redemptive Qualities

When American counter culture was moving film in a different direction, Jonathan Miller’s 1970 effort seems all the more out of touch...
Posted On 20 Apr 2019

Review: “Charlie Bubbles” Can’t Find Any Fizz

While a 60s British movie acknowledges the trappings of fame, it also renders them quite meaningless in the eyes of its indifferent protagonist...
Posted On 06 Apr 2019

Top 10 Scottish Films

We head to Scotland to sample some of the country's greatest films...

Review: “Gosford Park” Is Altman In Name Not Altman By Nature

The grandiose nature of the subject matter and reverence paid to the director somehow makes things feel decidedly average...
Posted On 02 Feb 2019

Review: “Bad Day For The Cut” Complements The Storied Past Of The British Vigilante

Bad Day for the Cut follows in the great tradition of British revenge films...

Review: With Orwellian Eye “Children Of Men” Is Achingly On Point

Children of Men offers a powerful and frightening glimpse at one potential future...
Posted On 24 Jan 2019

Review: “Georgy Girl” Is No Feminist Statement

The point of Georgy Girl's message is largely lost through a feel-good discourse...
Posted On 22 Jan 2019