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...

“Good People” Provides Phoned-In Drama That Lacks Real Thrills

Some good performances can't help a phoned-in drama that lacks real thrills...
Posted On 22 Feb 2016

Joel Edgerton’s “The Gift” Is A Stylish & Unnerving Thriller

Joel Edgerton makes his directorial feature film debut with The Gift...

Thriller “Can’t Come Out To Play” Benefits From Strong Performances

Henry: Portrait of the Serial Killer director John McNaughton is in charge of this slow-burning thriller starring Samantha Morton and Michael Shannon. From the look of the posters and the DVD cover, one might expect this to be a spooky horror flick, but it’s not really that at...

Shaky Foundations & Caricature Hamper Neil Mcenery-West’s “Containment”

Neil Mcenery-West's feature film debut is a disappointing drama built on shaky foundations and caricature...

“Prisoners” Is A Thriller Of The Highest Order

Denis Villeneuve's Prisoners successfully twists and turns like the best modern Hollywood thrillers of recent years...

First-Rate Thriller “Duel” Marks The Beginning Of A Hollywood Phenomenon

Originally a made-for-TV thriller, Steven Spielberg's feature-length film debut was so good it was later released in theatres. Ryan Pollard takes a look at this early Spielberg masterpiece...