2.5

Rental review: The Landlord

Much of horror cinema classically has played on our fears of the unknown, of the supernatural and the other…something fantastical that we cannot fully comprehend with anything other than fear. One only needs...
4.0

Movie Review: K-Shop

In a time of tremendous turbulence in the British cultural and political landscape, awareness and comment in our cinema is vital. Even more so perhaps is a cinema that examines our identity, not only in terms...
2.0

DVD Review: Phantom Halo

Phantom Halo is a story of abuse and love lost in the maelstrom of broken dreams, promises and hope. The film focuses centrally on two brothers, Samuel and Beckett, as they struggle through a life that...