Honour DVD Review

Honour killings - where a family kill one of their own for fear of being dishonoured by their actions and/or beliefs, might not be something we are overtly aware of but as Shan Khan’s new film Honour states in it’s opening frames, it’s more common than you might think.

The Double Review

Richard Ayoade (Submarine) returns with The Double, a modern retelling of Fyodor Dostoevsky's novella, which really poses some of the most intelligent and frightening questions to have ever come out of cinema.

The Asia House Pan-Asia Film Festival 2014 Preview

The Asia House Pan-Asia Film Festival 2014 includes 7 UK premieres and 2 London premieres. Highlights include a Japanese remake of a revered Clint Eastwood western, a Chinese adaptation of a famous novel and film starring Zhang Ziyi, a dramatisation of India’s Bhopal tragedy starring Martin Sheen, Mischa Barton and Kal Penn, a thriller about honour killing in the British-Asian community starring Paddy Considine, an archive gala screening to mark the centenary of renowned Japanese director Noboru Nakamura, plus acclaimed new films from Thailand, Cambodia and Iran – a positive celluloid explosion that reflects what’s happening in Asian cinema today.

Win Tyrannosaur on DVD

Courtesy of our friends at Studio Canal we have 2 DVD copies of the critically acclaimed directorial debut from Paddy Considine, Tyrannosaur to give away completely FREE! Closing Date: THIS IS NOW CLOSED – T... Read More...

Tyrannosaur DVD review

Tyrannosaur is a brutal account of one man’s constant battle with the rage that consumes his life. Joseph, an alcoholic widower, is shown committing a series of violent acts which lead to an even greater sense ... Read More...

Tyrannosaur Review

If Paddy Considine’s film existed within the world of 30 Rock it would be his bleak directorial debut not Tracy Jorden’s Oscar bait urban drama that would merit the title Hard to Watch. For in truth here is a f... Read More...