You’re Next Blu-ray Review

Although rarely given the respect it deserves, the horror genre is constantly let down by Hollywood’s frequent churning out of sequels, remakes, an uninspired copycat films.

Pieta DVD review

Kim Ki-duk is one of the most prolific and significant directors in contemporary Korean cinema. Some particularly notable films of his include Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter…and Spring, The Isle and 3-Iron. His... Read More...

Behind the Candelabra DVD Review

“Well I ask you, can you see me now?!” says Liberace to a full house at one of his shows. To me, this line summarises the tone of the whole film – Behind the Candelabra is about grandeur and flamboyance.

Simon Killer DVD Review

Directed by Antonio Campos, Simon Killer follows the life of a psychologically damaged young American staying in Paris after a bad break-up. His experiences in the city, mainly at night-time, lead him to an equ... Read More...

Tess DVD Review

Roman Polanski is a director known for a wide variety of films across different genres. It has often been suggested that troubles in his personal life have heavily influenced his work, perhaps explaining the mi... Read More...

Sinister Bluray Review

Looking for inspiration for his next novel, crime writer Ellison moves his wife and children into the house of a murdered family, only to discover a stack of 8mm snuff films in the attic. The more he delves int... Read More...