She Monkeys DVD Review

Everything runs in the undercurrents of Lisa Aschen’s impressive, understated debut. Charting the course of a tempestuous relationship between two Swedish teens in patient, subtle strokes, Aschen crafts an assured inversion of the coming of age film by observing the darkness that can lie beneath teenage existence.

She Monkeys Review

Comparing She Monkeys with Darren Aronofky’s Black Swan does neither film any favour yet the proximity of their release and their depiction of female performance art has ended with them often being talked of in... Read More...

Top Ten Films of 2011: Staff Picks

As any year comes to an end, the two chief tasks facing a film critic collective such as Front Row Reviews are the compilation of a “Top Ten” that best represents the individual tastes of its writers, and w... Read More...

Black Swan Review

When I sat down to write the review for Black Swan, I was ready to pluck it apart, feather by feather, ugly-duckling puns et all, and reveal it as the gigantic turkey it really is (because clearly my opinion is... Read More...