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2008’s Cloverfield has become a cult classic in the years since its release with fan-theories abounding about the story. Fans were desperate for a sequel that would expand on the circumstances of the film, especially the shock ...


[Review] – ‘The Brother’

July 31, 2016

Review: The London-set thriller ‘The Brother’ could be a remarkable work what is claimed in the production notes is true: that the writer-director Ryan Bonder was born deaf. Imagine making a film that you cannot experience as y...


Review: ‘The Greasy Strangler’ isn’t just a film that will divide audiences. It could end friendships, start fights and cut evenings short – possibly all at once. I had the worst 09:00am morning screening of my reviewing career...


Review: If I had a commissioning editor and I returned from the Tribeca Film Festival with just one review, that of the film, ‘Actor Martinez’, words would be exchanged. ‘Actor Martinez’ is not so much a film-within-a-film as a...


[Review] – ‘Tag’

April 5, 2016

Review: Ah, Japan, the land of many things totally and awesomely weird which has left a giant, undeniable mark on the pop culture landscape forevermore. Beyond the two most obvious Japanese influences … anime and video ga...


[Review] – ‘Triple 9’

February 25, 2016

Review: A team of expert criminals are tasked with a heist that requires distracting the cops for a significant amount of time. They decide the best way to do so is to kill a cop. Meanwhile their employer, an Israeli-Russian mo...