Review: “The Reckless Moment” Goes Through The Motions

This wannabe pulp thriller is made by contract players on a weekly wage going through the motions...
Posted On 17 Apr 2019

Review: “The Wedding Party” – A Modest Celebration

Mark Fraser takes a look at an experimental movie that, while not entirely successful, contains undeniable historical value...
Posted On 10 Apr 2019

Review: “Charlie Bubbles” Can’t Find Any Fizz

While a 60s British movie acknowledges the trappings of fame, it also renders them quite meaningless in the eyes of its indifferent protagonist...
Posted On 06 Apr 2019

Review: “Human Desire” Aspires To Male Privilege

Mark Fraser looks back at a work which, in hindsight, might have gotten a few of its dramatic priorities wrong...
Posted On 27 Mar 2019

Review: “Us” Is A Nightmare With A Message

Peele, a genre fanatic, who finds the worst demons not in his imagination but in our reality...
Posted On 24 Mar 2019
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Review: Coming Of Age In The West Bank, “What Walaa Wants” Offers A Refreshing Lens

The film follows Walaa, a former West Bank refugee, who pursues an ambition to join the Palestinian Security Forces...

Review: “Homicidal” Cashes In On The Kill

Mark Fraser looks at an early 1960s Hollywood movie which blatantly attempted to outdo the logistics of its formidable predecessor...
Posted On 22 Mar 2019

Review: “Zotz!” Gotz Some Plotz Rotz

Mark Fraser revisits some cinematic frivolity which perhaps is no longer so frivolous...
Posted On 22 Mar 2019