grey-gardens1

Grey Gardens review

The American home entertainment market has been the subject of envy for those of us positioned on the other side of the Atlantic for some time. Why, you may ask? Well, for the simple reason that they have had a... Read More...
the ones below2
4.0

The Ones Below Review

Openly and unapologetically derivative, Hanna writer David Farr’s The Ones Below doffs its cap shamelessly to the psychological thrillers of yesteryear.
hail-caesar
4.0

Berlin Film Festival 2016: Hail, Caesar Review

Loaded with a big name cast hamming it up to the nines, Joel and Ethan Coen return having shamelessly plumbed and thumbed the contents of their contact list to wield some starry-eyed gloss to their affectionate, yet also occasionally cutting, look at the Hollywood machine in the 1950s in Hail, Caesar.
catch me daddy

Catch Me Daddy DVD Review

Tim Buckley's magisterially melodious 'Phantasmagoria in Two' marks the opening collage of scenes in Daniel Wolfe’s sizzling debut feature Catch Me Daddy. Making a strange counterpoint to the grim poverty depic... Read More...