LFF 2012: I, Anna

I, Anna in all ways is a family affair; the film stars Charlotte Rampling, who in her 60's still looks stunning and can still give thrilling performances off slightly unhinged women.

Junkhearts Review

Making most Kitchen Sink dramas seem like Ealing Comedies, Junkhearts is an excessively bleak and dreary British Drama that may boast some great performances but little else. The title refers to the two main... Read More...

Tyrannosaur Review

If Paddy Considine’s film existed within the world of 30 Rock it would be his bleak directorial debut not Tracy Jorden’s Oscar bait urban drama that would merit the title Hard to Watch. For in truth here is a f... Read More...