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: Aardman Animation Continues Its Enviable Track Record With “Early Man”

Aardman is still making people laugh whilst thumbing its nose at established Hollywood protocol, winning Oscars and broadening its ever increasing fan base...
Posted On 04 Jul 2018

Review: “The Mercy” Boasts Strong Performances If Little Else

Firth gives us another rendition of his ‘everyman’ who remains infinitely watchable while Weisz and Thewlis provide selfless support...
Posted On 21 Jun 2018

Review: “Otley” Offers Old School Titillation

Otley is a film featuring an abundance of misadventures and is worth a watch if you like 60s cinema...

“Bobby Robson: More Than A Manager” Celebrates One Of Football’s Genuine Nice Guys

Gabriel Clarke directs this loving celebration of the life and professional career of former England football manager Bobby Robson...

“Dark River” Challenges, Provokes & Breaks Your Heart

Dark River is a challenging and provocative contemporary family drama from one of Britain's most distinctive female filmmakers...

“Maniac” Follows A Frenetic Path  

Mark Fraser reflects upon a modestly enterprising moment in British cinema history...
Posted On 21 May 2018

“Ghost Stories” Is A Masterclass In Cinematic Scares

Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson bring their successfully stage play Ghost Stories to the screen with technical efficiency, wit and genuine scares...