Meek’s Cutoff Review

The narrative of Meek's Cutoff, the latest film from writer Jon Raymond and director Kelly Reichardt, begins somewhere in the middle of its own history. In 1845, having already veered off the Oregon Trail in fa... Read More...
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Where are all the Werewolves?

Red Riding Hood, directed by Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke, is released in the UK this Friday. Currently, it has a weighted average rating of 4.7/10 on the IMDb, from 3,800+ user votes. Of these, the... Read More...

Essential Killing Review

Essential Killing begins in Afghanistan, when a jihadi is captured and tortured by US forces after he has killed three of their soldiers; the film ends with the same insurgent having escaped during transit and ... Read More...

The Silent House Review

If cineastes are aware going into The Silent House (La casa muda) of its makers’ claims to have shot the film entirely in one take, they might be surprised to see an editing credit (given to Gustavo Hernández... Read More...

Cave of Forgotten Dreams Review

Early on in Werner Herzog's latest documentary, the director tells us in his inimitable voice that since the Chauvet Cave, the large focus of the film, is only accessible for extremely short intervals and nav... Read More...