Tag: mexico

Midnight Family Review

The bright lights and murky underworld of Mexico City's emergency medical care

Midnight Family trailer: A tense journey into the heart of Mexico City's private ambulance industry

The film follows a single family's struggle to survive in a cut-throat business

The Chambermaid Review

Spotless cleaning can't hide the class divide

Roma Review

A trip down memory lane has rarely looked so beautiful

Museum trailer: Gael García Bernal steals more than a slice of history

The film will be appearing at this year's London Film Festival

Roma trailer: This time we get a real look at Alfonso Cuarón‘s Netflix film

Now more washed floors but some real footage of the film this time

El mar la mar Review

A documentary about border crossing seen from a new perspective

Tempestad Review

The grim and brutal realities of human trafficking in Mexico.

The Untamed Review

Brings greater meaning to the term 'making hay'.

Mexican drama The Untamed coming to the UK soon

Amat Escalante's award winning film receives cinema and home release dates

Shudder TV To Show Banned Mexican Horror 'We Are The Flesh'

Shudder TV To Show Banned Mexican Horror 'We Are The Flesh'

We Are The Flesh Review

Ben Pinsent takes a look at the Blu-Ray release of a very unique Mexican Art House Horror film, We Are The Flesh

Colombiana Review

It's a matter of style of substance as Olivier Megaton directs Zoe Saldana in Colombiana, reviewed here on Blu-ray.

A Better Life Review

A modern reworking of Bicycle Thieves set in the Mexican immigrant community of LA.

Inhale & Across the Line (UK) in August

Two independent dramas on UK DVD/BD this August...

Abel Review

Diego Luna's directorial debut feature takes a look at family values from the viewpoint of a disturbed nine year-old boy.

Julia Review

Erick Zonca's undisciplined feature stars Tilda Swinton, breaking typecasting as a wild American alcoholic who gets caught up in a ludicrous kidnapping plot.

La Zona Review

The wealthy residents of a secure compound in Mexico City take matters into their own hands when a couple of burglars break in from outside. Rodrigo Plá's debut feature is released on DVD by Soda Pictures.