Category: Reviews

Wake In Fright (BluRay Review)

FILM REVIEW Based on a 1961 book written by Kenneth Cook, Wake In Fright tells the story of John Grant (Gary Bond) a bonded...

CRIMEWATCH: Hoodlum

There’s been a lot of great films made about criminals of the Prohibition era from Scarface (1932) to The St Valentines Day Massacre (1967)...

Quentin Tarantino’s DJANGO UNCHAINED

Quentin Tarantino‘s latest .44 magnum opus Django Unchained marks his first foray into the Western genre (well, it’s actually more of a Southern) and...

CRIMEWATCH: The Killing of A Chinese Bookie

Director John Cassavetes‘ work in cinema was focused on exploring the joy and sadness of being alive. It was evident in everything he made,...

CRIMEWATCH: State of Grace

Terry Noonan (Sean Penn) has been absent from his old neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen, NYC for many years. While he was away a few...

CRIMEWATCH: Donnie Brasco

Mike Newell’s 1997 mob classic Donnie Brasco is based on the true story of FBI agent Joe Pistone, a man who went undercover into...

CRIMEWATCH: Killing Them Softly

I can’t really say that I’ve ever left a crime thriller with my stomach in a knot. I didn’t know it was possible for...

CRIMEWATCH: The Untouchables

Over the years many films have been made about the legendary gangster Al Capone such as Scarface (1932), Al Capone (1959), The St. Valentine’s...

CRIMEWATCH: One False Move

In Los Angeles a young black woman named Fantasia (Cynda Williams), her lover Ray Malcolm (Billy Bob Thornton) and their cohort Lenny “Pluto” Franklin...