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

“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

“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...

“Charley Varrick” Doesn’t Pander To Designated Audience  

Mark Fraser ponders over an odd moment in the life of American cinema...
Posted On 25 Jun 2018

“Dreamscape” Is Full Of Captivating Ideas

Dreamscape might be stuck in the 1980s but it's full of captivating ideas...

“Unsane” Is Not The Insane Thriller It Wants To Be

Steven Soderbergh's Unsane entices the audience with a ceaselessly frightening idea: being held against your will and slowly questioning your sanity...
Posted On 29 Apr 2018
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“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

Gritty Revenge Meets Kitchen Sink Drama In Jack Gold’s Forgotten Classic “The Reckoning”

The Reckoning is a perfect slice of British realism with the gritty styling and raw energy often associated with more recognisable examples of the genre...