Despite its leisurely pace, The Woodsman and the Rain uses simple but effective humour and an enjoyable cast to create a memorable and affecting experience.
Roobla Film Reviews.
The Song of Lunch is a BBC adaptation of Christopher Reid’s poem of the same name. Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson star as ‘He’ and ‘She’ respectively.
The King of Pigs is a South Korean animation. Its sparing use of extreme violence is just as powerful as any live action drama.
The Tall Man is a horror-thriller about the mysterious disappearances of small children from a poor town, directed by Pascal Laugier and starring Jessica Biel.
Ralph is an arcade game character who’s tired of being the bad guy… Wreck-It Ralph is vividly colourful fun for all of the family.
Christoph Waltz and Jamie Foxx star in Tarantino’s Django Unchained, a film that blends ferocious visuals with a characteristically stylish soundtrack.
Mickey Cohen’s reign as king of the underworld is assailed upon by an elite team of no-nonsense cops in Gangster Squad, a movie that under-performs.
The Possession is a Sam Raimi-produced horror film about a family being terrorised by an evil spirit through their daughter, starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick.
“Look! Dad was a jerk when he was alive, I’m sure he’s gonna stay a jerk now he’s dead!”
When a young student rents a new apartment she can’t imagine the horrors one of her neighbours might have planned for her in Claustrofobia.
Forbidden Games is a heart breaking masterpiece that should not be missed.
Lincoln offers everything promised, with fine performances, gripping political drama and a classic Steven Spielberg subject.
Hors Satan, Bruno Dumont’s latest, is as sparse and uncompromising as ever, and is probably Dumont’s best film.
Despite early promise, Gangsters, Guns & Zombies sadly becomes another forgettable addition to the genre, despite its amusing British gangster sensibilities
Berberian Sound Studio is a thrillingly creepy homage to analogue cinema that works on almost every level.