Category Archive: 2015

It Follows Review

Watching It Follows, the sophomore offering from director/writer David Robert Mitchell, I was transported back to a long forgotten memory of a family holiday in New Orleans. Staying in the city’s renowned, and… Continue reading

Foxcatcher Review

Amazingly, Foxcatcher is based on a true story, one so bizarre you’d think it had been conceived in the muscular soap opera that is the professional wrestling. Deception, violence, murder, 50 calibre machine… Continue reading

Selma Review

Selma’s opening gambit is David Oyelowo, masquerading uncannily as Martin Luther King, reciting a rousing speech in the mirror, but it’s not anything to do with having a dream, its King’s 1964 acceptance… Continue reading

Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) Review

The public and critics love a triumphant off screen comeback, just ask Matthew McConaughey and Ben Affleck, and this year’s personal tale of redemption primed for Oscar glory is undoubtedly Michael Keaton’s in… Continue reading