Cold In July Review

Jim Mickle's Cold In July really has all the ingredients to go down as a great small town crime drama; great performances from the whole cast, a killer soundtrack, clear direction, great locations, wonderful set design and an intriguing storyline... for the first half.

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.

Blackthorn DVD Review

Mateo Gil has written a love letter to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and signed it with his own lavish signature. Though the idea of a conclusion to Butch... seems redundant, Gil makes it worth stoppin... Read More...

Days of Heaven Review

Visually one of the most mesmerising films ever made, Days of Heaven is a romantic drama set against America at the turn of the 20th century. Similar to Badlands it follows Bill (Richard Gere) and Abby (... Read More...