World record attempt sends international message
Roobla Foreign Films.
Ahead of it’s time and an honest take on destructive adolescent love and dependency
A true tale of honour, longing, loneliness and family.
A Samurai movie made specifically for children, however, if you are a fan of the Mighty Morphing Power Rangers, you may just like this.
A dark story of redemption, anger and pain. A truly difficult watch, but one that will definitely leave a mark.
Stone-faced meme to prestigious award winner, Kristen Stewart is making a better name for herself
A generic thriller that wastes talent on mindless action
Xavier Dolan film Mommy has been a festival favourite for the past year and now true film lovers of the UK will get their chance to see it (if they haven’t already) when it hits cinemas on 20th March.
Wastes 157 minutes telling an unoriginal, dated story that could easily have ended in half the time.
A haunting story of one woman’s attempt to find acceptance in the world.
A look at the divide between Asian and Western cinema, and why Asian horror cinema is beautifully twisted in the greatest possible way.
Whilst Mouchette certainly doesn’t make for easy viewing there has never been a better time to experience Robert Bresson at the height of his powers
It’s easy to wax lyrical about Shinya Tsukamoto but he’s a truly excellent film maker, something confirmed through the strength of Bullet Ballet.
Third Window Films have re-released Tokyo Fist onto DVD and Blu-ray with a brand new set of special features, allowing us to revisit yet another film in this director’s dark canon.
A perfect fusion of cinematic flavours or a canny pitch to Western taste buds?