Is Olivier Abbou's gritty incarceration study a timely reminder of Guantanamo Bay, or a cynical exploitation of the 9/11 anniversary? Mark Lee finds out.
Some impressively stylish horror is diluted by an inconsistent and wavering delivery in Franck Richard's rural French shocker.
The Final Chapter must surely kill off the Saw series; does it exit with a bang, or a whimper? Mark Lee finds out.
Brutality, sadism, and torture; does Missing offer us anything beyond? Mark Lee finds out.
Far more intelligent and thought-provoking than its sensationalist cover would suggest, Grou's analysis of revenge will still prove too distressing for most. Mark Lee reviews.
Always look out for the quiet ones, as Mark Lee discovers in Sean Byrne's Aussie shocker, The Loved Ones.
A homage to the brutality of modern horror shockers, or a pointless document of teen on teen torture? Mark Lee reviews The Final.
Lars Von Trier's controversial movie is released on Blu-ray by Artificial Eye, and it has a tendency to polarise audiences, but there's no denying the visual gusto, as Mark Lee discovers.