A horror romance is released in cinemas today. Viv Wilby enjoys the changes observed during Spring.
Spank The Monkey reviews the world’s first battle rap musical. Just be grateful he didn’t try to make this standfirst rhyme.
Sarah Slade watches We Are Many – a new documentary about popular opposition to the Iraq war – and she can’t help noticing what gets left out.
Dr Jekyll and Miss Osbourne is a cursed film, once nearly forgotten. Paul Duane dares to sample a new Blu-ray release and is alarmed to find it awakens strange impulses inside him.
Miroslav Slaboshpitsky’s debut feature has been wowing critics and festival juries since it premiered in Critics’ week at Cannes a year ago, universally acclaimed as the calling card of a stunning new talent, a searing whatnot of something or other. Indy Datta begs to differ. Continue reading The Tribe
Thirty years beyond the Thunderdome, George Miller has retooled and rebooted the Mad Max franchise. Indy Datta swigs the guzzoline. Continue reading Mad Max: Fury Road
Philip Concannon looks for the real Sam Fuller in a new documentary about the director.
Blake Backlash tries to get-over the general election by watching political films that aren’t. Or maybe that should be non-political films that are.
Rough night last night? Escape to the beach with Emma Street and enjoy some roughly intense sex scenes.
James Moar walks down Marvel’s mean-streets with Daredevil.