The Cured DVD review

A zombie outbreak chews through an Irish town. Millions were infected by the virus that made humans desire the flesh of others. Scientist find a cure that sees 75% of those infected are cured. Senan Browne (Sam... Read More...

Touchy Feely Review

Writer/director Lynn Shelton has had the critical acclaim deserving of her work, yet hasn’t quite yet gained the mainstream popularity that she’s worthy of.

Sundance London: Touchy Feely Review

A loose psychological character study, Touchy Feely looks at the lives of two unfulfilled siblings, a masseuse who becomes suddenly averse to touch (Rosemary DeWitt) and a dentist who, equally suddenly, finds his touch to be healing (Josh Pais.) With these sensory transformations as the catalyst, Shelton explores a disaffected family unit, (Ellen Page stars too as Pais’ son, and Scott McNairy as DeWitt’s boyfriend,) struggling to cope with the latent lack of fulfilment in all of their/our lives.