For a film that wrings such expertly orchestrated tension from real life events, CAPTAIN PHILLIPS turns out to be surprisingly unmemorable.
FILTH is a superbly lurid and comedically pitch black spiral down into a man’s mental hell, with James McAvoy on perhaps his best form to date, writes Jim Ross
An adult fairy tale set in the Spanish Civil War, EL BOSC (THE FOREST) combines an entertaining wartime drama with light touches of fantasy to great effect.
Although it steps on the gas for a terrific finale, the lead actors of RUSH are slightly let down by director Ron Howard and the script, writes Jim Ross.
Is Danny “THE EYE” Pang painting by numbers, or sketching out a new line in horror? FAIRY TALE KILLER is available on DVD from 7 October.
Lake Bell’s witty directorial debut takes aim at industry sexism without being seminar-like about it, writes Jim Ross.
Intensely understated with a meandering, directionless narrative, Daniel Harling reviews Matthew Porterfield’s divisive new film.
This satisfying blend of Middle Eastern drama and spaghetti western homage boasts two terrific lead performances, writes Gavin Midgley.
Colin Downey’s THE SHADOWS owes a lot to C.S. Lewis, but strong performances bring a generic fairy tale to life, writes Jeremiah Humphreys.
TRIDENTFEST continues to demonstrate the collective’s evolution as talented film makers with a wide set of skills, writes Mark Liversidge.