Persona Review

A projector rolls; something's not right. Snippets flash up on the screen: an old cartoon (upside down), an erect cock, a blank white screen. There's a Swede in the shadows behind the camera, his name is Ingmar... Read More...

A Change in the Weather Review

It starts with an interrogation. Lydia (Anna Mottram) sits, isolated in the middle of the wide frame, answering questions thrown to her by off-screen voices. Is this real or performance, truth or fiction? A fil... Read More...

Lola Blu-ray Review

“Lola, L-O-L-A, Lola” The year is 1957 and in a small West German town Lola (Barbara Sukowa) is the star turn at “Villa Frank”, a brothel making the most of the booming economy. Bathed in red and blue light Lo... Read More...

Boxcar Bertha Review

Riding on the coat tails of depression era crime sprees Bonnie and Clyde and Bloody Mama comes Boxcar Bertha. It opens with the stamp of American International Pictures which means this is a Roger Corman exploi... Read More...