NEVER GROW OLD BLU RAY REVIEW

Ivan Kavanagh is becoming a director to watch. His horror film THE CANAL, not only crept under the skin, leaving an uncomfortable taste days after it ended. It showed a knack for genre. Now his western NEVER GR... 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...

Just Jim Review

It is easy to describe Craig Roberts' Just Jim as one of the best coming of age films of the year.

The Motel Life Review

An affecting and moving experience, The Motel Life is one of the best sibling stories in years and something that deserves a repeat viewing, just to catch all the symbolism and ideology of the story.

Lone Survivor Review

“You’re never out of the fight,” Marcus Luttrell (Mark Wahlberg) reminds his remaining comrades deep into their deathly confrontation with Taliban members in the Afghan mountains. An audience is bound to unders... Read More...

Prince Avalanche Review

If watching paint dry is your idea of a good time at the cinema, you’ve found the right film in Prince Avalanche. No shade intended – Alvin (Paul Rudd) and Lance (Emile Hirsch) are literally to be found walking... Read More...