Category: Reviews

Reviews of films and television formats. Short or long.

desierto

DESIERTO is a most gruesome manhunt

Desierto is a minimalist survival thriller by Jonás Cuarón, the promising son of Alfonso Cuarón (Gravity), who produced the film. With Gael García Bernal...

forsaken

Forsaken | 50 Furious Westerns

Forsaken is a 2015 western starring Kiefer Sutherland (The Lost Boys). Next to a number of other recent westerns, I was looking forward to this...

os

OFFICE SPACE

Although there are films that have merit on their own, you may enjoy some of them more if you share similar experiences as the...

ic

Alfred Hitchcock’s I CONFESS

What do you do if you’re a priest, bound by the covenant of the church not to divulge confessions—even to authorities—and someone you know...

City Heat

City Heat

City Heat – Fedora hats, moustaches and an empty briefcase It is said that this film was born out of the desire of both...

nsmith

NEVADA SMITH | 50 Furious Westerns

One of the greatest revenge themed Westerns is Henry Hathaway’s NEVADA SMITH (1966) starring Steve McQueen. The story is set in the 1890s and...

bluepri

A Blueprint For Murder

Film Noir. Full of trenchcoats, femme fatales, murder and intrigue. When men were men and dames were sassy, making you long for a yesteryear...

Cop Car

Cop Car

Cop Car, with and co-produced by Kevin Bacon, was one of those oddities I saw at a film festival last year. It was the...

Prefetto di ferro aka I am the Law

I am the Law

I am the Law (Il prefetto di ferro) is an Italian crime drama available on a Wild East double feature DVD along with Mafia (aka...