Review: “Track 29” – An Idiosyncratic Overindulgence

Director Nicholas Roeg and screenwriter Dennis Potter mix British sensibilities into a Deep South locale making everything feel off kilter from the outset...
Posted On 24 Jun 2019

“Hunter Killer” Reaffirms Gerard Butler As Hollywood’s Dependable Action Man

Step up and all hail Gerard Butler who will forever be Sparta...
Posted On 01 Mar 2019

Gary Oldman’s Oscar Triumph Signals Busy Year For The Actor

The British actor has a busy slate of upcoming films in 2018 meaning he'll be on our screens again and again... and again...
Posted On 23 Mar 2018

Academy Awards 2018: Best Picture Nominees Ranked Worst To Best

Down the Hall podcast has ranked this year’s 9 best picture nominations and added one notable omission...

10 Must See Gary Oldman Films You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Here we check out some of his lesser known films to reveal an actor whose talent is not easily matched...

“Sid And Nancy” Inaccurate But Not Insincere

During the second half of the 1980s a promising English filmmaker in the enfant terrible mould dramatised one of punk music’s most notoriously ill-fated love stories...
Posted On 25 May 2017

Mike Leigh’s Excellent 1983 Film “Meantime” Has A Potency That’s Still Relevant Today

Mike Leigh's mood piece Meantime was a brilliantly effective way to transition from TV drama to feature film during the "dark ages" of Thatcher's Britain. Satisfyingly, its potency remains just as relevant today.

Top 10 Gary Oldman Films

Gary Oldman is perhaps the greatest living actor to never win an Academy Award. Neal Damiano takes a look at this uniquely talented man.