A Private War – Review

We have a tendency to take for granted the images we see on our televisions screens, especially from the areas of trouble around the world. The fact that people go in there to record and report on th...

Nekrotronic

It’s always refreshing to see a film that doesn’t hang about. While watching a number of films at the Sitges Film Festival there was a common theme in the way that films started. More often than not ...

Elizabeth Harvest

Elizabeth Harvest is one of those films that will surprise you. It starts as mystery thriller with some very fine ideas behind it. What it becomes is something entirely different. In order to preserv...

The Levelling

When it comes to film making , sometimes, less is more. Debut writer-director Hope Dickson Leach, certainly follows that belief with this ultra low- budget indie about a young trainee vet, Clover (El...

Raw

A hugely popular sub-genre amongst cult film fans in the late 70s and early 80s, the cannibal movie has come a long way since the natives-munch-the-tourists excesses of both Cannibals Holocaust and F...
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The Informer: BFI Restoration Re-Release

I’ve seen my fair share of silent films – Metropolis, Battleship Potemkin, Nosferatu … Hell, even The Artist. But I would profess to be neither a raving enthusiast, nor remotely knowledgeable about t...

Cage – Preview

Cage follows Gracie Blake (Lucy Jane Quinlan), a Seattle based chat line worker, who following the decision to meet a new client, finds herself waking up in a cage, in a warehouse, somewhere in Ameri...

Six Of The Best – Dwayne Johnson

According to Variety, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is now officially the highest paid actor in Hollywood. He’s also regularly cited as the nicest, the most hard working and one of the smartest. Not bad ...

The Man Who Was Thursday

It’s always a pleasure to find a movie that you know absolutely nothing about beforehand and it proves to be a really fine piece of work. That was true of The Man Who Was Thursday. The film whi...