Review: “Scarborough” Examines Human Complexities Without Providing Neat Resolutions

Scarborough might be low budget indie territory but the issues being examined supersede outward appearances...
Posted On 15 Oct 2019

Review: “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” Injects Plenty Of Imagination Into Rom-Com Cliche

Lara Jean is a High School Junior when her life is turned upside down after her younger sister, Kitty, exposes her soul-baring love letters to the outside world...

Review: “The Devil Is A Woman” – An Admirable Closing Salvo For The Dietrich/Von Sternberg Oeuvre

Told in flashback it paints Dietrich as the ultimate temptress as her charms both obvious and otherwise have men committing cardinal sins...
Posted On 14 Sep 2019

Review: Dietrich Remains Effortlessly Riveting In “Dishonored”

Dishonored tells a simple story without flair or distraction, while Dietrich remains effortlessly riveting...
Posted On 23 Aug 2019

Review: “Age Of Consent” Still A Tad Immature

Mark Fraser takes a look at the final feature film of one of 20th Century England’s most celebrated directors...
Posted On 23 Aug 2019

Review: “Coming Home” Remains Roguishly Relevant

Rarely has a film had more relevance, proven pertinence or reflected cultural unrest with such subtlety than here...
Posted On 22 Jul 2019

Review: “Picnic” Packs An Optimistic Basket

Picnic highlights how similar visual syntax can convey almost completely different meanings...
Posted On 24 Jun 2019

Review: “Sliding Doors” Inverts Expectations

Twenty years later this film still has much to say about the perils of partnership and clandestine coupling and is deserving of a revisit...
Posted On 19 May 2019