Tag: movie

Days of the Bagnold Summer Review

A tale of single parenting and heavy metal

LFF 2019: Hope Gap Review

William Nicholson's Hope Gap is a muddled affair about a couple on the rocks

Destination Wedding Review

Reeves and Ryder make the perfect (un)happy couple

The Nun Review

A release for horror completionists only

The Dwindling Acclaim of Tim Burton

A look at the dwindling acclaim of Tim Burton

Solo: A Star Wars Story Review

The youthful exploits of the half-witted scruffy-looking nerf-herder.

Brawl in Cell Block 99 Review

Vince Vaughn is so money in S. Craig Zahler's latest offering.

The Taisho Trilogy Review

Though the films may appear to be obtuse they are beautifully haunting and dream-like, and enhanced by the extras that Arrow Academy has included on all six of these discs. This is a strong recommendation for any cinephile looking for something new.

Kung Fu Yoga Review

Kung Fu Yoga is the type of Asian fusion that leaves you feeling drained and a little nauseous. If you want Jackie Chan-style action go back to his earlier films

Okja Review

Okja is a modern take on a 1980s kids adventure flick with all of the humour and heart of a Spielberg movie but with the bite of a Bong Joon-ho film. A must-see.

The Amityville Horror Review

The Amityville Horror hasn't really aged well, but it hasn't aged badly either, it just kind of is. The extras do a lot to explore the story behind the film and the cast interviews are entertaining, and these make this limited edition worth it for the hardcore fan