The Burma Conspiracy DVD Review

Based on the Largo Winch comic book series, The Burma Conspiracy is a fun but ultimately bland action-adventure which seems like a pale imitation of the Bond series. This is the second film adaptation in the... Read More...

The Descendants Review

A humorous yet touching exploration of dealing with loss, Alexander Payne’s The Descendants is every bit as enthralling as his previous efforts. Like Payne’s usual fare, the plot deals with characters in amo... Read More...

Haywire Review

Leaving Jolie’s Salt shivering in the corner, Soderbergh’s latest offering is an exercise in how to make great action cinema. The plot may sound typical; a covert operative is double crossed and must work to... Read More...

The Whistleblower DVD Review

A fascinating look into the grim realities of sex trafficking, The Whistleblower is a riveting thriller which takes a different approach to the subject matter. Based on true events it follows a Nebraskan Pol... Read More...

J. Edgar Review

Jumping onto the Oscar bandwagon, J. Edgar is a surprisingly dull and crawling Biopic on a fascinating subject. This is mainly due to the ill judged decision to have Eastwood direct, but also the very dry perfo... Read More...

Go To Blazes DVD Review

Released for the first the on DVD to mark its 50th Anniversary, Go To Blazes is a charming crime caper brimming full of classic British humour. Three crooks, Alfie (Norman Rossington), Bernard (David King) a... Read More...