WEREWOLF BLU RAY REVIEW

Atmospheric but very grim, Adrian Panek's second feature length film is a well judged, suspenseful thriller that doubles as a subtle coming of age film. It's slight, but packs an undeniable emotional punch.... Read More...

Meeting Gorbachev Review

There are few with the poise and authority to interview a giant of 20th Century international politics but Werner Herzog is just the man to interrogate the final president of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev... Read More...

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...