Sausage Party – Movie Review

Straight out of the baked brainchild of Seth Rogan, Sausage Party, an R-rated animation, is sure to change your view on food. Kristen Wiig, Johan Hill, Michael Cera and Bill
By Stacey Petersen on 02 Sep 2016

Trumbo – Movie Review

“The blacklist was a time of evil and that no one on either side who survived it came through untouched by evil,” Trumbo states in an acceptance speech looking upon
By Christine Tesco on 30 Jul 2016

Room – Movie Review

Drawing on similarities to the actual events of Jaycee Lee Dugard’s wrenching true life story, Room is a harrowing and unsettling thriller that is bound to move the coldest heart.
By Jarrod Saunders on 25 Jun 2016

Future Shock! The Story Of 2000AD – Movie Review

If you want a nice inoffensive documentary, then watch Secret Origins: The Story of DC Comics. It was interesting, insightful, and a somewhat whitewashed documentary about that particular company. However,
By Rick Austin on 13 Apr 2016

Jersey Boys: DVD Review

Jersey Boys is the story of the 1960’s rock band the Four Seasons. The film follows the lives of the members from before they were part of the band up
By Guest on 24 Apr 2015

Walk of Shame Review

Total calamity; a comedy of disasters; awkward and hilarious but elegant as Elizabeth Banks can be. A small time news-anchor Meghan (Elizabeth Banks) has paid her dues and endured the
By Guest on 16 Jan 2015

Locke Review

Locke is about as pure a character performance as you can get – a one man act, in an enclosed space, for 90 minutes. The greatest extent to which Locke
By Daniel Rom on 22 Dec 2014

The Big Wedding Review

The Big Wedding is exactly what it claims, a massive ensemble cast with the acting talent of some of the biggest names in film and television. However, the thin and
By Sarah Xena Lee on 19 Nov 2013

Overnight Review

For anyone in a long term relationship Valentine’s Day marks the expectation of promise, and when Jenny (Rachel Blanchard) is handed a small box, your heart races with her, but
By Christine Tesco on 26 Aug 2013

Welcome to Collinwood Review

Welcome to Collinwood is yet another Hollywood remake. Based on the Italian comedy I soliti ignoti, the film is more carbon copy than recycled remake. However, the original Italian was
By Claudia Hauter on 01 Jul 2013

Sisters & Brothers

As the title suggests, this is an exploration of the relationships between siblings. It opens with a comic book motif, which is carried throughout the film, revealing the characters inner
By Claudia Hauter on 30 Oct 2012

Another Happy Day

If there is a genre that I have little compunction for it’s the romantic comedy and that is what I thought I was faced with when I heard the title
By Claudia Hauter on 21 Jul 2012

A Beginner’s Guide to Endings

This is not the type of film one would normally expect to find Harvey Keitel in and his character is out of tune with what he usually does. Not that
By Claudia Hauter on 04 Jul 2012