AMERICAN WOMAN REVIEW

Its good to see that nepotism is not in abundance in Hollywood. Not like the right wing, capitalist entities or the media conglomerates. Oh wait that seems to not figure in the case of Ridley Scott's son, J... Read More...

IN BRUGES BLU RAY REVIEW

In Bruges, Martin McDonagh's directorial debut is getting a limited edition Blu Ray release via Second Sight, and it's a sweary treat. In many ways this is a very personal film for McDonagh. It's based on a... Read More...

THE WIND REVIEW

THE WIND takes the elemental force of barbaric pressure, caused by heat and cool, to become a monster. The physcological haunting noise, which could be likened to the miasma of the past, floating, blowing and d... Read More...

COME TO DADDY REVIEW

'Come to Daddy'...That sound which prior to this film, seemed to float between pervents and loving parents. After COME TO DADDy, it means simply the horror of legacy. Elijah Wood duplicates the role from MANIAC... Read More...

CAPERNAUM Review

There is much to say about the power and potency of CAPERNAUM, Nadine Labaki third film. A prison film in more ways than one, it explores what it is like to be a lost soul, isolated and fragmented by inaction a... Read More...