Berlin 36 DVD Review

This film offers up a slice of history that acts as a microcosm of what was happening at the time in Nazi Germany and sets a precedent for things to come.
The Act of Killing

The Act of Killing Review

The winner of the coveted Special Jury Prize at this year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest, The Act of Killing is full of contradictions and bizarre reality as old mass murderers cheerfully recreate their grizzly killings.

The Murderer Lives at Number 21 Blu-ray Review

The Murderer Lives at Number 21 could be straight out of an Agatha Christie novel, an episode of Murder, She Wrote or Midsomer Murders or any other by the numbers murder mystery, which audiences still find as thrilling today as they did 70 years ago. Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot, Murderer tells the story of Monsieur Durand, a mysterious killer who has seemingly chooses his victims at random, murders them and then leaves a calling card with his name. The only catch? No one knows who this Durand actually is, therefore leaving the town in horror that anyone could be the murderer.

Lore Review

Lore, directed by Cate Shortland follows a group of German siblings as they trek across borders to their grandmother's house in Husum after their parents are arrested by Allied Forces during the ending days of the Second World War.

LFF Review: Coriolanus

What must be the fabric of a leader? And what happens when the exact qualities that would empower a man to be a good leader conflict with his opportunities to lead. Such is the subject of one of Shakespeare’s l... Read More...