Review: “Path Of Blood” Goes Behind Terror’s Curtain

Sobering reconfirmation that Al Qaeda's self-consuming pursuit has only a single, inescapable outcome for all, Muslim or non-Muslim...

Review: “Assault” Delivers A Blow To Both Genders

Mark Fraser argues that this film now has more social relevance than shock value...
Posted On 17 Nov 2018

Review: “Who Killed Teddy Bear” A Rhetoric Question?

Mark Fraser delves into a work where social dysfunction and sin reign supreme...
Posted On 17 Nov 2018

Review: “Back To Berlin” Possesses An Overwhelming Message Of Hope

Back to Berlin possesses an overwhelming message of hope...
Posted On 12 Nov 2018

Review: “12 Monkeys” Sees Gilliam’s Unique Talent Find Mainstream Charm

12 Monkeys is Terry Gilliam's most accessible film but one that still features his distinctive style...
Posted On 10 Nov 2018

Review: “Oleanna” As Relevant & Compelling As Ever

David Mamet's two-hander is as relevant and potent as ever...
Posted On 10 Nov 2018

Review: “Adrift” Bolstered By The Magnificent Shailene Woodley

The true story of Tami Oldham and Richard Sharp who are left injured and adrift while sailing from Tahiti to San Diego...

Review: “The House On Mansfield Street” Is Built On Shaky Foundations

A Londoner moves to the Midlands to find his new house possessed by a demonic spirit...