Category: Reviews

THE CELL

Fifteen years after it first dazzled, thrilled, disgusted and challenged audiences, The Cell (2000), the story of a woman’s descent into the warped, violent,...

The Cremator (1969) | OBSCURE PICKS

The Cremator (1969) is a Czechoslovakian New Wave horror comedy directed by Juraj Herz. The film was given awards in Best Film, Best Actor...

CRIMEWATCH: Crazy Joe

Created to appeal to fans of The Godfather series, the little-known Crazy Joe (1974) tells the “true life” story of Italian mobster “Crazy” Joe...

Tom at the Farm

Tom at the Farm is a Canadian psychological thriller directed Xavier Dolan which won the FIPRESCI prize at the 2013 Venice Film Festival. Tom...

X-MEN: Days Of Future Past

Since its debut in 2000, the X-Men series has been a bit of a rocky superhero franchise. 2000’s X-Men was a likeable enough effort...

Gareth Edwards’ GODZILLA

In 1954, Japanese production company Toho Co. released director Ishiro Honda’s Gojira, an apocalyptic reflection about the dawning of the Atomic Age and the...

The Great Beauty (2013)

The Great Beauty is an Italian drama directed by Paolo Sorrentino. The film won 1 Oscar in Best Foreign Language Film of the Year...

CRIMEWATCH: Crack House

Michael Fischa’s ultra sleazy L.A. crime drama CRACK HOUSE (1989) could be seen as a modern update of all the low budget exploitation teen...

Locke

Upon receiving a call from his lonely colleague Bethan who informs him of her having a child with him, Ivan Locke (Tom Hardy) –...