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...
1.0

Movie Review: Breaking The Bank

Not every film that gets made is released. Or deserves to be released. At least not right away. Somewhere, maybe in that warehouse we see at the end of Raiders Of The Lost Ark, there is a high, dusty shelf. On...
4.0

Movie Review: The Call Up

A disparate bunch of elite online gamers receive cryptic clues via their smartphones giving them the opportunity to test a new state-of-the-art Virtual Reality game and win a $100,000 cash prize in the...
3.0

Movie Review: Couple In A Hole

Couple In A Hole, Belgian writer/director Tom Geens’ second feature is, well, it’s about a couple who live in a hole. The couple, John (Paul Higgins) and Karen (Kate Dickie), are (formerly) middle class...
1.5

Movie Review: Pandorica

Set in a future where technology has failed and mankind has been plunged back into a rural existence of tribal survival, Pandorica follows three warriors of one such tribe as they head out into the wilderness...
4.0

Movie Review: Mojave

In the early hours, hungover and afflicted by existential ennui, Hollywood wunderkind Thomas (Garrett Hedlund playing the kind of terminally cool, critically feted actor/director/artist filmmaking polymath...
4.0

Movie Review: Hail, Caesar!

In the golden Hollywood era, Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) works hard to cover up all of Capitol Pictures' studio scandals. As if dealing with disgruntled directors and bloodthirsty gossip columnists wasn't...
3.0

Movie Review: The Revenant

Awards season each year brings a field of esteemed productions, marked by the presence of cinema’s most accomplished directors, actors and writers, or touching on stories that are vitally important socially...