Sweeney! – Review

For the last couple of years Network distribution has had a successfully released a series of movies under the imprint of The British Film. These cover a variety of genres and titles and have just st...

Sweeney 2 – Review

With the success of the TV show and the reception accorded to the first film, it was inevitable that there would be a second big screen adventure for the boys from the Flying Squad. Though, this time...

Asher

One of the early highlights of the 2018 Sitges Film Festival was the world premiere screening of Ron Perlman’s new film Asher. The man himself was in attendance to receive an award from the festival ...
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A tale of revenge is very common in cinema. Usually, it involves a hero – or anti-hero, depending on how you look at it – avenging an act of violence perpetrated against a spouse or loved...
BlacKkKlansman

BlacKkKlansman

Quentin Tarantino managed to poke fun at the Ku Klux Klan in that hilarious scene involving misshapen pillow slips from Django Unchained. Whilst Spike Lee does offer up some opportunities to laugh at...
Gotti

Gotti

The Just For Men budget on the set of Kevin Connolly’s Gotti must have been astronomical. I’ve never seen so many heads of so obviously dyed hair. It’s a film that tries so very hard to be edgy yet w...

Ocean’s 8

The first thing to note about the reboot of the Ocean’s series is the complete lack of controversy about it. Other high profile films have encountered the wrath of the Internet fuckwits that feel tha...
Sicario 2 Soldado

Sicario 2: Soldado

It’s fortuitous timing that Stefano Sollima’s Sicario sequel has hit cinemas. Parents and children being separated across the Mexican border; patrolling the Rio Grande in Laredo for potential people ...
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Six Of The Best: True Crime Films

There are five words that can really make a difference to your film viewing experience: Based on a true story. If we, as viewers, that what we’re getting is even just a little snippet of reality, it ...
Suburra

Suburra

There are few stereotypes about Italian culture that are readily relied on in cinema, satire and the news. The first, is that the country is home to the Mafia (and all Italians are in the Mob) and th...