“Sorcerer”: Another “Lost” Cult Classic Gets New Life On Blu-ray

The dark thriller will get a UK theatrical re-release Nov 3 ahead of a brand new 40th anniversary Blu-ray Nov 6...

Review: “Cohen And Tate” Turns The Buddy Road Movie Upside Down

Cohen and Tate sees a pair of hitmen find their road trip across state upset by their child captive who plays them off against each other...

Hitchcock Homage “Last Embrace” Sees Director Jonathan Demme Still Finding His Feet

Last Embrace, an unashamed homage to Alfred Hitchcock, has its moments but lacks the finesse and the energy of Demme's best work...

“The Seven-Ups” Is A Fine Example Of 1970s Gritty, Urban Street Cinema

Dan Stephens reviews this fine slice of 1970s gritty, urban street cinema that gladly evokes the spirit, and ostensibly the character, of The French Connection...

Iconic Images: Jaws (1975)

Smile... Chief Brody (Roy Schieder) takes aim at a monster and his own inner demons. This brings Steven Spielberg's sensational thriller Jaws to its explosive conclusion...

William Friedkin’s “Sorcerer” Is A Curiously Mistreated Masterpiece

William Friedkin's Sorcerer remains one of the most curiously mistreated Hollywood films of all time. Mark Fraser looks back at what happened following its initial release.
Posted On 24 Oct 2013

The Unseen Monster: Experiencing Jaws On The Big Screen For The First Time

Seeing Jaws on the big screen during its recent re-release brought Steven Spielberg’s less-is-more motif to the fore...

Classic Scenes #8: Jaws (1975)

Top 10 Films’ Classic Scenes looks at some of cinema's most memorable moments that live long in the minds of every audience that has witnessed them.