Another WolfCop – Review

Another WolfCop promises exactly what it says on the tin…a sequel to WolfCop. For that, at least, it can be commended. Lou Garou (Leo Fafard) returns as the alcoholic werewolf with a badge. Quite con...

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...

Snake Outta Compton – Review

Sometimes you just have to go with it. Even with the publicity for Snake Outta Compton you get the sense that the film knows exactly what it is. There is no pretence of high ambitions, just the chanc...

Beats – Preview

Set in Scotland in 1994, Just as the Criminal Justice Bill attempted to place restrictions on the UK’s rave culture and the free party movement, Beats is a story of friendship, rebellion and th...

Piercing – Review

Piercing is an odd little film. It clocks in at a sprightly 82 minutes and is a strange beast in terms of horror cinema. We get a lot films about serial killers and their origins but this is somethin...

A Simple Favour – Review

Genre mash ups can be a bit problematic. Usually they are used to mask the fact that there is a lack of ideas to complete a movie and due to committee consensus other elements are added in an effort ...

Mandy

Nicolas Cage is not a happy bunny. He is pretty sick of all the chat about how he has a tendency to go ‘full Cage’ at the drop of a hat. The man has spent the last few weeks refuting the ever-growing...

The Despicable Me 3

After letting the Minions take the spotlight in their first solo film, Gru (Steve Carrell) returns to the forefront in The Despicable Me 3. He has left his villainous past behind him, working for the...

Sherlock Jr.

As part of the Doors Open Days festival in Glasgow, this year there was the opportunity to see a very special film. At Pollockshaws Burgh Hall the Buster Keaton silent classic Sherlock Jr. was screen...