4.0

Movie Review: Kills On Wheels

Two young disabled men working together on their own comic book, wheelchair user Zoli (Zoltán Fenyvesi) and Barba (Adám Fekete) who has cerebral palsy, find life imitating art and their lives turned upside...
4.0

Short Film Review: Jitterman

Moving on from co-directing wildly entertaining ‘haunted house’ chiller The Tour, writer/director Alex Mathieson returns to the short film format with new shocker Jitterman. And what a treat he’s...
4.0

Movie Review: Bushwick

Bringing her boyfriend home to meet the grandmother who raised her, it seems like a normal day for college student Lucy (Brittany Snow) as she steps off the subway train in Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighbourhood....
4.0

Movie Review: Scribe

After an alcoholic nervous breakdown at work, middle aged, mild-mannered accountant Duval (François Cluzet) finds himself unemployed and unemployable. Two years later, he’s living an almost monastic...
5.0

Movie Review: Song To Song

It’s become almost a sport to hate Terrence Malick, to mock him, to dismiss him as a parody of his own reclusive, enigmatic image, his films nothing more than pretentious, philosophical wool-gathering. For...
1.5

Movie Review: The Mummy

“I have less and less respect for them …I think they don’t even do what they do very well anymore.” – Maggie Renzi, The Story of Film This quote truly encapsulates the hard truth that the corpse...
4.0

Movie Review: Wonder Woman

Once the Princess of the Amazons, Diana (Gal Gadot) looks back on her past as an unstoppable warrior. However, when a warplane carrying an American spy (Chris Pine) crash lands on her hidden island, she learns...
1.0

Movie Review: Spaceship

Still mourning the mysterious drowning/possible suicide of her mother, teenage cyber-goth Lucidia (Alexa Davies) mooches around Aldershot with her cyber-goth friends doing cyber-goth things, which seem to...