August: Osage County Review

A delicate, intimate family drama like this would have to primarily depend upon the talent of it's cast and thankfully John Wells adaptation of the play by Tracy Letts (who also wrote Killer Joe) is filled to the brim with some of the most sublime acting in Hollywood today.

Top Ten Films of 2012: Staff Picks

Greetings all. Here it is, then: Front Row Reviews’ best-of-2012 list, as voted for by its contributors. As with last year’s ballot, eligibility was restricted to those films with a UK theatrical release – o... Read More...

Killer Joe Review

I came to Killer Joe with very few expectations, other than that the director, William Friedkin had directed The Exorcist and that something involving fried chicken was going to change the way I look on fast fo... Read More...