Category Archive: Film Reviews

Riddick (2013)

Riddick (2013) Rule the Dark David Twohy’s low-budget 2000 sci-fi flick Pitch Black should have really gone under the radar as it was just a typical B-grade creature feature, yet it somehow managed… Continue reading

Hellboy (2004)

Hellboy (2004) From the Dark Side to Our Side The Hellboy comic series has always been a personal favourite of mine, so initially, after learning that the Mike Mignola comics were going to… Continue reading

Macabre (2009)

Macabre (2009) Horror has a Mother  With two twisted shorts already under his belt, the highly acclaimed Safe Haven, V/H/S/2 (2013) and L is for Libido, The ABC’s of Death (2012), Indonesian film… Continue reading

Cheap Thrills (2013)

Cheap Thrills (2013) Get Ready for the Night of Your Life. Everybody has a price. What amount of money would it take for you to do something immoral, indecent or downright wrong? What… Continue reading

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (2013)

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (2013) There is a world hidden within our own. The tween market has been a bit dry as of late, so it was only a matter of… Continue reading

We’re the Millers (2013)

We’re the Millers (2013) If Anyone Asks Nine years ago director Rawson Marshall Thurber surprised everyone with his comedy hit Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004), now after a lengthy hiatus, spent making… Continue reading

Lovelace (2013)

Lovelace (2013) X marks the legend Based on the speculated 17-day stint in the pornography industry, Lovelace tells the apparent true story of Linda Lovelace, born Linda Boreman, (Amanda Seyfried), who was abused… Continue reading

Elysium (2013)

Elysium (2013) He Can Save Us All Receiving world-wide critical praise and commercial success, District 9 (2009) was always going to be a difficult film to follow, seeing as it reached heights few… Continue reading

Tim Winton’s The Turning (2013)

Tim Winton’s The Turning (2013) A Unique Cinema Event Adapting Tim Winton’s The Turning from page to screen was always going to be a difficult undertaking as Winton’s book features a collection of… Continue reading

Ginger & Rosa (2012)

Ginger & Rosa (2012) Friendship pulled them together. Love tore them apart. Ginger & Rosa is the new coming of age drama from writer/ director Sally Potter, Orlando (1992), The Man Who Cried… Continue reading