We review Justin Cronin’s The Twelve, the sequel to the best-selling apocalyptic novel The Passage.
Despite festival boos and some tepid reviews, Paul Thomas Anderson show us why he really is the master of his craft.
A robot comes to life after being electrocuted in this predictable but charming 80’s family adventure.
Randal Kleiser directs this surreal but fun adventure movie that sees a boy form an unlikely friendship with an alien spaceship.
Stevan Mena directs Bereavement, an overly bleak film that centres on an abducted boy.
David Ayer’s End of Watch, utilising the found-footage style, is an emotional, funny and gripping spectacle starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña.
We revisit Stephen King’s debut masterpiece Carrie, a story about a social misfit who gains telekinetic powers…
Canadian film Starbuck is a heartfelt comedy about a forty-something slacker whose past as a sperm donor comes back to haunt him.
★★★★✰ Canadian film Starbuck is a heartfelt comedy about a forty-something slacker whose past as a sperm donor comes back to haunt him.
A shipwreck love story, By the Bluest of Seas will probably be enjoyed most by those who are semi-obsessive Soviet film completists.
Ann Hui continues her work on reflective social issues with A Simple Life, a heart wrenching and beautifully told story of role reversal in Hong Kong.
Outskirts is very much a product of its time, and should be seen more as an interesting piece of history than as an entertaining film to lose yourself in.
★★★★★ What a glorious feeling! Singin’ in the Rain, the 1952 musical starring Gene Kelly, is one not to be missed.
A grieving couple decide to foster a child after being told they cannot conceive in Jonathan Newman’s Foster.
★★✰✰✰ Six years after escaping Guantanamo Bay, stoners Harold and Kumar cause havoc at Christmas in A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas.