Review: Marlene Dietrich Is In Complete Control Of Her Gifts In “Shanghai Express”

Shanghai Express feels fully realised rather than merely being a veiled star vehicle for Dietrich..,
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: “Dragged Across Concrete” May Well Be S. Craig Zahler’s Best Work Yet

Apprehension derived from the unexpected opens us up to S. Craig Zahler’s distinctly unpredictable storytelling...

Review: “No Orchids For Miss Blandish” Replants Its Source Material

The film pales in comparison when placed beside the nihilistic mayhem that dominates James Hadley Chase’s novel...
Posted On 12 Aug 2019

Review: “Absolution” – A Strangely Muted Affair

Burton remains magnetic throughout while the supporting cast of younger actors hold their own against him...
Posted On 11 Aug 2019

Review: “Steel Country” – Atmospheric, Uncomfortable, Tension-Filled

Steel Country is atmospheric, uncomfortable and contains an underlying tinderbox tension throughout...
Posted On 11 Aug 2019

Review: “A Private War” – A Mainstream Political Thriller With All The Gloss Rubbed Off

For all its biopic pretensions Heineman has directed a mainstream political thriller with all the gloss rubbed off...
Posted On 08 Aug 2019

Review: “The Collector” – Boldly Brave & Quietly Uncompromising

Few directors have jumped between genres without effort, but for Wyler his genius lay in the ease with which he achieved this...
Posted On 08 Aug 2019