Rebecca Review

I’ve never seen Hitchcock’s adaptation of Rebecca, but I am a fan of director Ben Wheatley’s work – so I was excited to see what he’d do with what a very un-Ben-Wheatley film.

Military Wives Review

I’m a huge fan of horror films, I love them. My shelves are stacked with classics like Nightmare on Elm Street and bizarre Japanese gore like Tokyo Gore Police. So when Military Wives was offered to me, I jumped at the chance.

Darkest Hour Blu-ray Review

Darkest Hour

As an Irishman, my knowledge of Winston Churchill is limited to his famous quote about the Irish being a bit odd as they refuse to be English. Fortunately for me, Joe Wright’s latest film – Darkest Hour – is on hand to shed some more light on the man.

The Party Blu-ray Review

The Party

Shot entirely in black and white, Sally Potter’s claustrophobic dark comedy The Party has the throwback feel of an old fashioned English comedy farce.

The Party Film Review

The Party

Parties. You love them, I don’t… though I might make an exception for Sally Potter’s new film, The Party.

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