Review: “Three And Out” Entertains With Its Lightweight Misadventures

While it suffers from a plot that doesn't quite fit together and a muddled tone, the performances of the principle cast give it a likeable energy that is endearing and at times heartwarming...

Review: “The Ruins” Needs More Than Refurbishment

If you're seeking horror that's modern, short and snappy, and made for the Scream generation, The Ruins is for you...

Review: “Amityville 3D” Recycles Ideas To Serve Its Gimmick

Amityville 3D is a poor film; it's a shame it taints what could have been a good little trilogy of haunted house movies...

Review: “Amityville Horror II: The Possession” Does Its Best With A Curious Mix Of Cliches

An unusual narrative jigsaw that leaves you just as perplexed as entertained...

Review: “Let Us Prey” – The Sermon Falls Flat Despite Looking The Part

While the film displays an aesthetic tidiness, Let Us Prey loses its way under a cloud of impacting ideas...

Review: “Come Back To The 5 And Dime Jimmy Dean Jimmy Dean” Is A Victim Of Age

Stilted, claustrophobic and wooden in parts, the stage play origins make any artifice all too obvious...
Posted On 26 Oct 2019

Review: “The Dogs Of War” Sees Christopher Walken Holding The Leash

Walken is in possession of a reassurance which manifests itself through an undeniable screen presence...
Posted On 25 Oct 2019

Review: “Apocalypse Now – The Final Cut” Reveals Coppola’s “Definitive” Version

Polished like a new penny, visually audacious and peppered with nightmarish revelations, Final Cut promises to be Francis Ford Coppola's legacy...
Posted On 23 Oct 2019