Snaaks Genoeg – Movie Review

Snaaks Genoeg is surprisingly relaxed, considering its large comedic cast. Much like old Tolla Van Der Merwe use to do with his narrative jokes, the audience is told a story,
By Christine Tesco on 21 Oct 2016

The Gift – Movie Review

Joel Edgerton’s Hitchcockian directorial debut film, The Gift, is rock solid. It’s a psychological thriller that comments on modern day issues like privacy, security, and bullying. In his own suspenseful
By Jarrod Saunders on 30 May 2016

‘n Man Soos My Pa Review

Attie (Neels van Jaarsveld) slurs words about broken dreams when Juan (Vilje Maritz) finds him collapsed on the floor in his usual drunkard state. The “bewonderment” of the king and
By Christine Tesco on 18 Nov 2015

Black or White Review

Black or White is a film inspired by true events that explore racial turbulence amongst families when children are born mixed race. Writer and director Mike Binder obviously decided to
By Meagan Taylor on 12 Oct 2015

Dumb and Dumber To: Review

In 1994, some two decades ago, Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, as Lloyd and Harry, respectively, joined forces with the Farrelly brothers in what became a cult classic from the
By Evan Saunders on 23 Nov 2014

Heatstroke Review

Based on the novel “Leave No Trace” by Hannah Nyala, Heatstroke tells the story of survival and the strong will of a heartbroken woman. Paul (Stephen Dorff), a hyena expert
By Stacey Petersen on 29 Sep 2014

As Above, So Below Review

Two weeks ago I decided to swear off found-footage movies for at least a year. I’d told my editor about my decision and he just laughed; I’ve had to review
By Graham van der Made on 16 Sep 2014

Cold Harbour Review

“When there’s no one to trust, trust yourself”. Cape Town is known for many beauties, but it’s what’s in our waters that strike foreign interest most. Countless articles have been
By Christine Tesco on 22 Jul 2014

Mud Review

Mud, which received a number of awards nominations and wins, at various festivals including Cannes, Sundance and Independent Spirit Awards, is worth the watch. Curious 14 year olds, Ellis (Tye
By Christine Tesco on 03 Jun 2014

Whole Lotta Sole Review

The Irish are the epitome of humour. Their language, lifestyle and humour do not need to be improved, added to or refined in order to be acceptable and funny to
By Sarah Xena Lee on 26 Mar 2014

Beneath the Darkness Review

In small towns everyone knows everyone else, but behind closed doors are the darkest secrets… Beneath The Darkness is actually quite an entertaining movie to watch. It is by no
By Sarah Xena Lee on 01 Dec 2013