“The Shepherd” Is A Compelling, Understated Fable

Carefully staged, glacial in its pacing but numbingly brutal in the denouement, The Shepherd is worthy of emotional investment...
Posted On 22 May 2017

“The Wild One” Showcases Brando At His Early-Career Best

Powerhouse Films brings us another cult classic as Marlon Brando's The Wild One, known as the original outlaw biker film, arrives on UK Blu-ray...
Posted On 20 May 2017

“Paterson” Is A Gentle Reminder Of The Beauty Of Everyday Life

"Taking our every day and making it magical is what this film does best," says Martin Carr in his Top 10 Films review...
Posted On 29 Mar 2017

Urban Decay Frames The Supernatural Drama In British Horror “The Forgotten”

The Forgotten might share a few notes with The Shining but distinguishes itself thanks to the urban decay that frames this supernatural horror...

Paul Bettany’s Directorial Debut “Shelter” Is An Understated Triumph

Martin Carr sings the praises of Paul Bettany's directorial debut Shelter, saying it's "best discovered on your own and considered at leisure..."
Posted On 02 Mar 2016

Branden Kramer’s “Ratter” Puts Ashley Benson Through The Wringer

Ashley Benson find herself cyber-stalked in Branden Kramer's solid found footage thriller...

“Howl” Is The Best Werewolf Movie Since “Dog Soldiers”

Creature effects designer turned director Paul Hyett concocts a fast-paced late-night horror as a bunch of stricken passengers have to survive the night after their train breaks down in werewolf-infested woodland

Robert Pattinson’s Excellent Performance Helps “The Rover” Overcome Its Flaws

Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce deliver strong performances in David Michôd's dystopian drama The Rover. Ryan Pollard takes a look...