Review: “The Border” Crosses A More Realistic Line

Mark Fraser re-evaluates a work in which the subject matter is still as relevant today as it was a quarter of a century ago...
Posted On 12 Sep 2018

Review: “The Piano” – Brutally Pertinent, Endlessly Revealing

The Piano remains an Oscar worthy film, both brutally pertinent and endlessly revealing...
Posted On 20 Jul 2018

Paul Schrader’s “Blue Collar” Remains A Potent Dissection Of The American Working Class

Blue Collar is a terrific examination of class and power play with a caustic cynical edge...

“Youth” Is A Fascinating Love Letter To Lost Opportunities

Paolo Sorrentino's rumination on youth features an all-star cast including Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel...
Posted On 30 May 2016

Top 10 Films Of Harvey Keitel

Since making his screen debut in 1967, Harvey Keitel has emerged as one of America’s most intriguing actors. And while he continues to deliver the goods, it’s arguable that the 1990s was the decade in which he truly peaked. Mark Fraser looks back at 10 of his finest moments.
Posted On 07 Apr 2015

Top 10 Corrupt Cops

When the boys in blue can't decide between good and bad, right from wrong, those caught in the middle find themselves with a problem on their hands. Corrupt cops has been a theme prevalent in so many Hollywood movies over the years it has taken some very skillful writing just to...