Chuck & Buck (2000) Review

Written by, and starring Mike White (School of Rock) and directed by Miguel Arteta (The Good Girl, Cedar Rapids), Chuck & Buck is a weird little underrated indie-film about obsession, friendship and coming to terms with the inevitable, and it’s one that I have been fond of for quite some time. Mike White plays Buck O’Brien, a naïve man-child who has never really moved on … Continue reading Chuck & Buck (2000) Review

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014) Review

Based on the graphic novels by Frank Miller, Sin City was a successful film back in 2005, some nine years ago. With Bruce Willis, Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba and others, the film pleased fans of the comic books with its monochrome cinematography and dashes of vibrant colour, be if from blood, lipstick, the green creep villain or the blonde hair of Jaime Pressley. Sin City … Continue reading Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014) Review

Le Week-End (2013) Review

With the collaboration of writer, Hanif Kureishi (Venus, The Mother) and director, Roger Michell (Notting Hill, Changing Lanes), comes a romantic comedy-drama in which a middle-aged couple take to Paris for a weekend to celebrate their anniversary, dealing with the mundane slump they find themselves in and the issues that they are battling with themselves and each other. With a backdrop of the most romantic … Continue reading Le Week-End (2013) Review

Two Night Stand (2014) Review

Megan (Analeigh Tipton) is in a slump after being cheated-on and dumped by her fiancé, so her roommate and friend convince her to use an online dating profile that Megan recently set up to try to get over her past-relationship by having a one-night-stand. After chatting very briefly online with Alec (Miles Teller) and making sure he isn’t a serial killer, Megan goes to his … Continue reading Two Night Stand (2014) Review

Warlords Of Atlantis (1978) Review (By Tim Walker)

Country of origin – U.S.A.  Year of release – 1978 Director – Kevin Connor Stars – Doug McClure, Peter Gilmore, Shane Rimmer  (The following review was contributed by Tim Walker. Tim also writes for his own blog, here.) The film opens with a dramatic scene of a gigantic meteor hurtling towards prehistoric earth from the dark recesses of space. This meteor strikes the ocean with incredible force, … Continue reading Warlords Of Atlantis (1978) Review (By Tim Walker)

Night of the Comet (1984) Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Thom Eberhardt (Sole Survivor) did his best work in 1984, a film that would go down as an 80’s cult science-fiction classic. Night of the Comet. The 80’s was the home to a real mixed bag of horror and sci-fi films. In between the boom-boxes, the Rubix cubes and the Slinky’s was a genre that has, in retrospect, remained one of the most memorable for … Continue reading Night of the Comet (1984) Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Antisocial (2013) Review (By R. T Ewell)

(The following review was contributed by R.T Ewell. R.T is a writer, his work can be found here) The premise for Antisocial is not an original one. Just by reading the synopsis, one can tell that this story has been told a hundred times, especially over the recent years. It’s the one where a virus has spread infecting people causing them to become violent. At … Continue reading Antisocial (2013) Review (By R. T Ewell)