ANGEL HEART BLU RAY REVIEW

Horror and noir are two genres that feel like a natural fit - traditional film noir has it's roots in German expressionism after all, which produced early horror films like Nosferatu and The Cabinet Of Dr C... Read More...

LFF: Coup 53 Review

A bizarre execution of form blunts the undeniably potent content of Taghi Amirani’s documentary about the Iranian Coup of 1953. A methodical, hand-held beginning gives way to the injection of a stream of archiv... Read More...

THE DARK HALF BLU RAY REVIEW

'The sparrows are flying again" Early in Stephen King's career, he drew a distinction between his more personal, lauded work and the sensationalist, less refined stories he wrote to pay the bills, such a... Read More...