Review: “Hereditary” Chills Through Craftsmanship & Performance

Ari Aster’s film possesses a craftsmanship that elevates its effectiveness as a slow-burning, atmospheric horror...

Review: “Breakheart Pass” Not Entirely Broken

Mark Fraser examines some of the reasons why this film deserved a better hearing...
Posted On 29 Oct 2018

Review: “The Bombing” Sees Bruce Willis Phone It In

The Bombing is hampered by two terrible performances from its Hollywood contingent and some dodgy special-effects...
Posted On 29 Oct 2018

Review: “Glass Jaw” Transcends Boxing Cliche To Deliver Pleasing Redemption Story

Although Glass Jaw possesses some boxing drama cliches, it would be foolish to lump this in with typical genre films...
Posted On 29 Oct 2018

Review: “Halloween” Profound In Its Ambivalence To Thrills

John Carpenter's Halloween is rebooted in David Gordon Green's sequel to the seminal 1978 slasher classic...

Review: “Entebbe” Underwhelms Despite Promising Premise

Manages to turn a fascinating if tragic international flashpoint into a bizarrely dull affair...

Review: “Book Club” Isn’t Worth Joining

Shallow, one-dimensional characters and uninventive storytelling mire Book Club in murky water...

Review: “Missing” Turns Political Turmoil Into A Personal Affair

Missing charts a wife and father's attempts to discover the whereabouts of a missing journalist in 1973 Chile...