45 Years DVD Review

It is a deep, dark fear, that our lives are not what they seem. That some unknown betrayal alters the reality of our existence, forever tainting that which has past and what is to come. Andrew Haigh bottles thi... Read More...

Just Jim DVD Review

He may be twenty four but Craig Roberts is making a killing as an awkward teenager. His youthful appearance is leading him to land similar roles in a number of low-key but engrossing films, and when he performs... Read More...

Red Army DVD Review

Ice Hockey was more than just a sport to the Soviet Union; it was their symbol of the state of the nation, their paragon of the Cold War. Or so Gabe Polsky tries to demonstrate in his revelatory documentary jux... Read More...

Song of the Sea DVD Review

The Oscars don’t often get it right but they were wrong again. In naming Disney’s fun, but relatively by the numbers adventure, Big Hero 6 with the Best Animation award they got it wrong on a number of levels. ... Read More...

Hamlet DVD Review

Sarah Frankcom and Margaret Williams together work to bring Hamlet to the stage and film at exactly the same time.