Review: “Miss Leslie’s Dolls” Strictly For The Cult House

Mark Fraser ponders a work that presses a few interesting buttons, but for the wrong reasons...
Posted On 10 Oct 2018

Review: Celebrating Cinema’s Disaster Artist – “The Room” Is Actually A Misunderstood Masterpiece

Leah Wimpenny, a self-confessed devotee to Team Wiseau, argues why it's a misunderstood masterpiece...

Review: “The Tiger” Bears Some Sharp Creative Claws

Mark Fraser looks at a scrumptious work produced in a country where the film industry arguably deserves a wider international audience...
Posted On 09 Oct 2018

Review: “Police Story 1 & 2” Help Define Jackie Chan’s Pre-Hollywood Genius

Eureka Entertainment presents Police Story 1 and 2 on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK...
Posted On 05 Oct 2018

Review: “Death Line” Not Quite On Track

Mark Fraser looks back at a B-grade horror film where a few fundamental errors almost undermine the whole production...
Posted On 26 Sep 2018

Review: “Lucky” Curiously Resonates As The Denouement Of Acting Great Harry Dean Stanton

Dan Stephens looks at why this low-key, meditative character piece is such a compelling gem...

Review: “Journey’s End” Is A Powerful & Effective World War 1 Film

Journey's End is set over the six days prior to Russia’s Summer Offensive which began in July 1918...
Posted On 26 Sep 2018

Review: “Lucky” Hands Over The Screen To The Late Harry Dean Stanton

Harry Dean Stanton's last major role sees him play Lucky in director John Carroll Lynch's feature film debut....
Posted On 21 Sep 2018