Onus

Onus is the fifth film from director George Clark and can be easily classed as a low budget film. In fact the movie had very little spent on it. To make anything for that sort of money is good and th...

I Am Not A Serial Killer

For the most part, movies about serial killers are dark and chilling dramas. The main antagonist is usually fully formed and the drama focusses on the good guys hunt to stop him before he kills again...

The Library Suicides

There’s something about twins on screen that is particularly appealing. They are used to great effect in horror and thriller movies as their sometime telepathic abilities are unsettling and ver...

The Girl On The Train

Adaptations of literature for the screen are always a risky proposition. This is especially the case for books that have become classics or contemporary best sellers. The fans expect a certain amount...

Mob Handed – Trailer

Next month sees the release of Mob Handed, a British movie starring Leslie Grantham, Chris Ellison, Danniella Westbrook, Lysette Anthony, Yvette Rowland & Robin Reid – with a Voice Over by ...

The Accountant – First Trailer

Just arrived is the first trailer for the new Ben Affleck film, The Accountant. After his impressive turn as the bat, Affleck returns to less controversial material (in terms of fan boys at least). H...

That Demon Within

Dante Lam’s 2014 That Demon Within made its way to the 2016 Glasgow Film Festival. A gripping crime thriller that pulls no punches in its violent shoot outs and duplicitous protagonist.

Goodnight Mommy

Goodnight Mommy is a film that totally caught me off guard. I did not know anything about it beforehand, which was a bonus. As I’ve noted before that there is far more to enjoy in a film when t...

Blackhat

Michael Mann can be a polarizing director. He is regarded by many as a film maker of great scope and invention. There are others who are turned off by his body of work, especially some of his recent ...

The Treatment

The rise of the modern noir seems to be going from strength to strength. On the back of the success of some very dark television and cinema dramas coming from the Nordic countries, the rest of Europe...