The Snows of Kilimanjaro Review

The French are famed for their films depicting real-life, dispensing with the saccharine of fiction and exploring topics that can often be troubling such as in Catherine Breillat’s A Ma Soeur! and Phillipe Clau... Read More...

Radioman Review

There is a man who possesses a résumé including three decades of hit Hollywood movies. He is one of the most famous stars on New York film sets and there is barely one star that passes through the Big Apple wit... Read More...

Film Review V – Podcast

Jonny’s back with reviews of this month’s Espy Film Club and new releases including Dredd, The Imposter and Santa Sangre. Click on the link below to listen. Film Review Podcast on Living Room Broadcasting... Read More...

Dredd Review

3D is the scourge of modern cinema. It is bemoaned by critics and patrons as an unnecessary money spinning exercise in futility as the film industry tries to battle its way back to the forefront against the eve... Read More...

The Imposter Review

This is cinema at its exhilarating mystifying best and Layton deserves all the plaudits he has received since his film’s UK debut at the Edinburgh International Film Festival earlier this year.