Review: “Sicario 2: Soldado” Raises The Bar

It is the juxtaposition between the film's two main protagonists which provides that all important sense of humanity...
Posted On 02 Feb 2019

Review: “Gosford Park” Is Altman In Name Not Altman By Nature

The grandiose nature of the subject matter and reverence paid to the director somehow makes things feel decidedly average...
Posted On 02 Feb 2019

Review: “Bad Day For The Cut” Complements The Storied Past Of The British Vigilante

Bad Day for the Cut follows in the great tradition of British revenge films...

Review: “Ministry Of Fear” Is A Funny Nightmare

Mark Fraser looks back at a work which easily could have been far more pessimistic than it actually is...
Posted On 25 Jan 2019

Review: “The Tingler” Grabs The Funny Bone

During the late 1950s a Hollywood director who specialised predominantly in spooky movies came up with an audience-participation gimmick that to this day remains a true oddity. Mark Fraser finds himself totally amused by it all. Joe Dante’s succinct description of the plot for...
Posted On 25 Jan 2019

Review: With Orwellian Eye “Children Of Men” Is Achingly On Point

Children of Men offers a powerful and frightening glimpse at one potential future...
Posted On 24 Jan 2019

Review: “Salvador” Is A Daring Piece Of Maverick Filmmaking

A thrilling and violent look at the chaos of war as seen through the lens of an amoral photojournalist...
Posted On 24 Jan 2019

Review: Taut British Thriller “Calibre” Boasts An Atmosphere That Stings

The muddying of the battle lines, classy performances and an atmosphere that stings sets Calibre apart...