OUT OF THE BLUE DVD REVIEW

Picturehouse have sent through to us here a film we have been rather excited about. Based on Martin Amis parody of American detective novels called NIGHT TRAIN, OUT OF THE BLUE is Carol Morley's take on the nov... Read More...

Signal One Top 10 part 2

For the second part of our top 10 Signal One films we see police action, Satanic body horror, censored films that caused a stir then and now and jewel theft crime writ large! From the Mediterranean, via LA and ... Read More...

Once Were Warriors Blu Ray review

Lee Tamahori's social commentary gives some exposure to the plight of the Maori but more than anything it defined the struggle of minorities in former colonies. Jake (Temiera Morrison) and Beth (Rena Owen) are ... Read More...

Out Of The Furnace Review

Out of The Furnance has the makings for a good old fashioned tale of revenge and redemption, set amidst the backdrop of small town poverty and industry, Christian Bale leads an all star cast through a weighty story, which unfortunately lacks any depth or real charisma.

The Killing II DVD Review

It would be easy to assume that the success of the Danish television series The Killing (Forbrydelsen, or "The Crime" in the original language) is due to the recent surge in popularity of Scandenavian crime lit... Read More...