3.0

Movie Review: A Trip To The Moon

Obsessed with the Moon and Apollo 11’s mission to it, geeky young outsider Tomas (Angelo Mutti Spinetta) yearns for his sexy older neighbour Iris (Angela Torres) who he glimpses through his telescope while...
3.5

Movie Review: Daddy’s Girl

Sub-text is everything.  Horror, the best horror, has always reflected the times we live in. In the ‘40s and ‘50s, the spectre of Hiroshima loomed over the likes of Godzilla and Them! our nuclear sins...
4.0

Movie Review: Welcome Home

Let’s cut to the chase - Welcome Home proves to be a pleasant surprise. Gripping, full of exciting twists, turns and unpredictability, while even managing moments of humour. The premise of the film...
4.0

Movie Review: Columbus

When his academic/architect father collapses during a lecture tour, Korean-American translator Jin (John Cho) finds himself marooned in the titular city as his comatose parent hovers on the brink of death....
4.0

Movie Review: The Super

By Jake Sapsford ‘The Super’ is a horror/thriller which not only kept me gripped throughout, but also gave me one hell of a surprise at the end. The movie begins with an eerie and creepy atmosphere...
4.0

Movie Review: The Captain

In the dying days of World War 2, hunted by his comrades and the military police, terrified young German deserter Willi Herold (Max Hubacher) stumbles across an abandoned officer’s uniform and, freezing,...
2.0

Movie Review: Strange Nature

OK, I’ll cut to the chase here. When I get a press release asking me to check out a screener for a film billed as mutant frogs versus a former wrestler, veteran character actor Stephen Tobolowsky and Lisa...