Rush Review

‘Modern Life is Rubbish’ Blur proclaimed with their second album’s name, playing on the ever present desire to harken back to the good old days when everything seemed better- the economy stronger, the… Continue reading

Film Directors in TV and Failings of Cinema

The emergence of readily available televisions in the 1950s coupled with the joys of mass consumption meant terminally bad news for cinema, abruptly destroying the pre-war golden age of film going. Attendances plummeted… Continue reading

You’re Next Review

It’s safe to say that horror, much like film on the whole, is going through a creative dearth at the moment with the last few years overly populated by Exorcist inspired possession plots… Continue reading

Classic Review: Gozu/極道恐怖大劇場 牛頭 (2003)

The purpose of reviewing classic films on here is to see whether certain films have stood the test of time or kept their original charm and impact, as well as to highlight tremendous… Continue reading

We’re The Millers Review

Everyone knows one of those perfect families; the type that has a dream life- with wonderfully clever children, a beautiful wife and a man’s man head of the faultless suburban household, yet behind… Continue reading

A Field in England Review

Simultaneously released on DVD, at the cinema and shown on television for free, director Ben Wheatley was breaking from convention before A Field in England had even been seen, yet the marketing madness… Continue reading

Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa Review

There are few mediums left for Alan Partridge to conquer with his unique brand of humour, having dabbled in sports via The Day Today, television with Knowing Me Knowing Me and the hysterical… Continue reading

Celebrate the New Season with these Footballing Films

Great news, football is back! Horray! Sod enduring England’s tropical heat wave, it’s time to plonk yourself down in front of the TV to revel in goals galore with your old mates on… Continue reading

Only God Forgives Review

There’s little doubt that this year’s most polarising motion picture will be Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest thriller, Only God Forgives. Far bolder and unforgiving than Drive or Bronson, Refn has magnified his directorial… Continue reading

Classic Review: Breathless/À Bout de Souffle (1960)

Debatably the standout film of the French New Wave, Jean-Luc Godard’s debut remains a landmark in cinematic history, failing to lose any of its charm, beauty and brilliance 50 years on. Godard and… Continue reading