Review: “Night Of The Demon” Remains An After Dark Treat

Despite some controversy surrounding the appearance of its titular monster, a spooky film made in England during the second half of the 1950s has lost none of its eerily tense charm...
Posted On 26 May 2019

Review: “Dragonwyck” Breathes Some Fire

It is likely a Hollywood movie made over 70 years ago stumped contemporary audiences when its storyline was subjected to an abrupt change in bearings well into its running time...
Posted On 26 May 2019

Review: “Sliding Doors” Inverts Expectations

Twenty years later this film still has much to say about the perils of partnership and clandestine coupling and is deserving of a revisit...
Posted On 19 May 2019

Review: “The Triple Echo” Explores Tragic “Love” Triangle

Cross-dressing's inclusion here addresses male chauvinism and heterosexual discontent more so than any other pressing issue currently facing the LGBTI community...
Posted On 09 May 2019

Review: “Maniac” Reboot Way More Rabid Than Original

Mark Fraser explores a vile and profane work where unbridled savagery is key...
Posted On 03 May 2019

Review: “The Old Dark House” Is No Castle For Bill

When a B-grade Hollywood king teamed up with England’s leading horror studio, the result was somewhat disappointing...
Posted On 24 Apr 2019

Review: “Lilith” Is Nuanced, Contemporary, Brilliant

Lilith deserves repeat viewings if only to be reminded how good Jean Seberg really was...
Posted On 22 Apr 2019

Review: The Flagrantly Chauvinistic “Take A Girl Like You” Has Few If Any Redemptive Qualities

When American counter culture was moving film in a different direction, Jonathan Miller’s 1970 effort seems all the more out of touch...
Posted On 20 Apr 2019