Weekend DVD Review

Considering what a banner year 2011 was for British cinema, Weekend, the second feature from director Andrew Haigh, may prove to be the very best of the crop of accomplished home grown films that hit multiplexe... Read More...

The Killing II DVD Review

It would be easy to assume that the success of the Danish television series The Killing (Forbrydelsen, or "The Crime" in the original language) is due to the recent surge in popularity of Scandenavian crime lit... Read More...

Take Shelter Review

Take Shelter, the second film by American director Jeff Nichols, is a film that manages to be absolutely terrifying without actually falling over into being a horror film. The film has such a persistent sense o... Read More...

Three Colours Trilogy

Released between 1993 and 1994, Krzysztof Kieslowski's Three Colours Trilogy was almost instantly hailed as a high watermark of the European and art-house cinema of the '90s, and even watched nearly twenty year... Read More...

First Cut – Shotgun Stories

In this new regular feature, we examine the debut works of major filmmakers in the hope of showcasing the films themselves, and offering insight into how the early work of a filmmaker can shape the path of thei... Read More...