4.0

Movie Review: The Brother

“Nobody is who you imagine them to be. We are probably a bit of a mystery even to ourselves.  In the end what matters is how many marks you’ve left behind.” Someone trying to leave as few marks...
4.0

Movie Review: A Patch Of Fog

A one-hit literary wunderkind coasting on the 25-year success of his first novel, author Sandy Duffy (Conleth Lee) makes a comfortable living as a TV personality, butting heads on a late-night arts review show...
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...
5.0

Movie Review: The Violators

Having spent a year collecting favourable reviews on the world festival circuit, one of the more interesting, challenging Brit flicks that played last year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival,...
4.0

Movie Review: Tear Me Apart

It’s the End of the World as we know it. Again. But this time, instead of nuclear war, peak oil, disease or zombie apocalypse, the mechanism of our passing has been left rather ambiguous. Women seem to have...