East End Film Festival: Dollhouse Review

Dollhouse cleverly defies all expectation by turning out to be like nothing that has come before it. Directed by Kirsten Sheridan and starring a cast of virtually unknowns, Dollhouse follows a group of teenagers as they break into an empty beautiful big house and decide to party all night long.

East End Film Festival: Bruno and Earlene Go to Vegas

Bruno & Earlene Go to Vegas focuses primarily on two misguided individuals colliding together in the most unusual of circumstances having been spurned in the past for two wildly varying reasons. They both carry burdens with them when they meet at Venice Beach for the first time and they reluctantly latch onto each other in the hope that they'll each have someone to trust in again.

Monsters University Review

12 years after Monsters Inc, Mike (Billy Crystal) and Sully (John Goodman) return in one of the most successful and intelligent prequels ever made. Monsters University not only is a great Disney film, proving entertaining for both children and adults alike but is one of the most daring and bold animated films to have ever been released.

Some Girl(s) Review

Adam Brody was made famous playing the role of Seth Cohen in The O.C, where he made it cool to be a Jewish, bad with girls, good with computer games geek but who knew that ten years later he would be playing a role where he would be travelling around the country to say sorry for his past transgressions with girls; a long list of good looking girls.

Much Ado About Nothing Review

Derek Jarman's The Tempest, Baz Luhrmann's Romeo & Juliet and now Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing represent a body of work, where Shakespeare's classics are re-imagined for the big screen and a modern ... Read More...

Pedro Almodóvar Q&A

Spain’s most prolific filmmaker and one of the first directors to enter popular cinema as openly gay, Pedro Almodóvar has returned to his original form of comedy with I’m so Excited!, a genre he perfected in the ‘80s with films such as Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.