PHOENIX DVD REVIEW

A cold, sadness seeps through the whole of PHOENIX, Camilla Strom Henriksen masterpiece about dysfunctinality in a family unit. This sadness is beautifully handled. Capturing the destructive power of depression... Read More...

Meeting Gorbachev Review

There are few with the poise and authority to interview a giant of 20th Century international politics but Werner Herzog is just the man to interrogate the final president of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev... Read More...

Missing Link DVD Review

Laika is on fire. From its first feature Coraline in 2009, the animation studio has enjoyed a string of critical successes which, for the most part, have also been successful at the box office. The fantasy styl... Read More...