The Addiction Blu Ray Review

Abel Ferrara ode to the vampire myth, is more than you might have heard. From its caged use of blood, to its profound introspection on the self. It looks like a silent cinema nightmare, sounds like a night with... Read More...
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Romper Stomper DVD review

The original Romper Stomper film underlined a distinct growth in the Neo Nazi movement in Australia. It was unsentimental and often challenging to watch. It wanted the audience to feel responsible for the actio... Read More...

The China Syndrome Blu Ray review

The mid to late 70's were filled with message films. Films that screamed, shouted and raged at all things. Films that infused the cultural discourse, navigated social concerns with cinematic convention and even... Read More...

Vigil Blu Ray review

Confusion reigned as the credits rolled on Vincent Wards 1984 film 'Vigil'. Now it might be the issue with association. The title is a term often associated with religion and observance. Or it could be the film... Read More...