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: “Agents Unknown” May Alter Your Perception Of The Vietnam War

This captivating new documentary film explores the United States' intelligence-gathering operation during the Vietnam War...

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