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...

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