Hitchcock Homage “Last Embrace” Sees Director Jonathan Demme Still Finding His Feet

Last Embrace, an unashamed homage to Alfred Hitchcock, has its moments but lacks the finesse and the energy of Demme's best work...

Equal Parts Wake-Up Call & Cautionary Tale: “High-Rise” Is This Generation’s “Fight Club”

Visually arresting, technically challenging and topically on point, Ben Wheatley's High-Rise is a unique piece of cinema...
Posted On 17 Jul 2016

“The Seven-Ups” Is A Fine Example Of 1970s Gritty, Urban Street Cinema

Dan Stephens reviews this fine slice of 1970s gritty, urban street cinema that gladly evokes the spirit, and ostensibly the character, of The French Connection...

Top 10 Films About The Oppressed Taking Their Revenge

Top 10 Films is in search of revenge as Dan Grant checks out ten oppressed characters who give their antagonists what they deserve...
Posted On 26 May 2016

“Three Days Of The Condor” Is The Quintessential 70s Paranoid Conspiracy Thriller

Robert Redford has rarely been better in this stylish 1970s paranoia conspiracy thriller from director Sydney Pollack...
Posted On 15 May 2016

“The Hound of the Baskervilles” Proves To Be A Mixed Breed

Mark Fraser looks back at a Hammer horror film which appreciated the concept of poetic licence...
Posted On 24 Apr 2016

Gut-Punch Thriller “Catch Me Daddy” Is British Cinema At Its Caustic Best

Brilliant thriller Catch Me Daddy sees a young girl on the run after her father sends a bunch of careless thugs to bring her home...

“The Ones Below” Is An Impressive Debut From Writer-Director David Farr

David Farr's debut as writer-director is an immersive, enigmatic domestic thriller that will keep audiences guessing...