“Castle Keep” Is A Subtle & Unpredictable World War 2 Film

Castle Keep cements Sydney Pollack’s reputation as a director of great talent who is sorely missed...
Posted On 26 Jul 2017

Top 10 Films About The Consequences Of Operation Barbarossa

Mark Fraser looks at 10 movies which take place during this blood-soaked military campaign...
Posted On 26 Jul 2017

Christopher Nolan Curates BFI Southbank Season To Celebrate “Dunkirk” Release

Christopher Nolan will curate a special BFI Southbank season of films inspired by his latest effort Dunkirk...
Posted On 06 Jun 2017

Haunted-house thrills at the bottom of the ocean in David Twohy’s Below

The distinct smell of B-movie excess comes with David Twohy’s haunted submarine film, but it shouldn’t be likened to such drivel as Ghost Ship and Virus as they don’t even compare to the well-oiled scares and deep-sea suspense of this slick chiller. There’s an assured production...

Review: Valkyrie

It must be hard making a tension-filled thriller when the audience knows what’s going to happen in the end. That was the task given to the once wonder-child Bryan Singer (the guy that gave us the brilliant Usual Suspects), whose career has, in this reviewer’s eyes, tailed off...

Review: Stalag 17

Stalag 17 arrived only a couple of years after writer-director Billy Wilder saw his social commentary Ace In The Hole receive a muted reception from critics and filmgoers alike. It was a daring project to undertake - the remnants of world war were still very evident in 1953, and...