Review: “Assault” Delivers A Blow To Both Genders

Mark Fraser argues that this film now has more social relevance than shock value...
Posted On 17 Nov 2018

Review: “Who Killed Teddy Bear” A Rhetoric Question?

Mark Fraser delves into a work where social dysfunction and sin reign supreme...
Posted On 17 Nov 2018

Review: “Entebbe” Underwhelms Despite Promising Premise

Manages to turn a fascinating if tragic international flashpoint into a bizarrely dull affair...

Review: “Take Shelter” Is Gripped By A Sense Of Foreboding

Take Shelter is gripped by a sense of foreboding and centred by an understated performance from Michael Shannon...
Posted On 09 Sep 2018

Review: “Shock And Awe” Favours Exposition Over Drama

This by the numbers 9/11 expose should be chalked up as a wasted opportunity...
Posted On 22 Aug 2018

Review: Jim Carrey’s Bleak Mood In “Dark Crimes” Will Win Few Fans

If Carrey took on the role for an opportunity to play against type then sadly his contribution is lacking...
Posted On 08 Aug 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: “You Were Never Really Here” Brings A Rare Sense Of Intimacy To The Crime Thriller

Lynne Ramsay brings her own unique take to the crime-thriller in You Were Never Really Here...