Solace – Movie Review

Originally imagined as a sequel to David Fincher’s legendary crime thriller Se7en, Solace suffers from too many fingerprints after being thrown between studios and shelved for almost two years. Now
By Jarrod Saunders on 27 Jun 2016

Keanu – Movie Review

In their new action-comedy, adorably titled after the lead kitten, Keanu, internet sensations Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele of the Comedy Central sketch program Key & Peele have created a
By Jarrod Saunders on 17 Jun 2016

Pressure Trailer

Pressure has a fantastic premise; simultaneously out of the ordinary and yet able to conjure chills down anyone’s spine for how relatable the fear is. Four members of a deep-sea
By Daniel Rom on 14 Dec 2015

We’re the Millers Review

David (Jason Sudeikis) is a local small time drug dealer. On his rounds he gets robbed of his stash and his money that belongs to a drug dealer. In order
By Guest on 26 Jan 2014

Killing Them Softly Review

‘Killing Them Softly’ stars Brad Pitt as Jackie Cogan, an enforcer employed by the mafia to restore confidence in the underground gambling trade after two robberies destabilize their illicit activities.
By Neilan Adams on 15 Jan 2014

Casa de mi Padre Review

I’m sure by now that some of you might have become caught on channel 138 on your DSTV boxes and been exposed to the wonderful Spanish-American institution of the telenovela.
By Daniel Rom on 08 Oct 2013

Trance Review

Trance, director Danny Boyle’s gonzo art-crime/hypnotherapy noir thriller, is a fast and twisty psychological puzzler that requires an audience who appreciates a great deal of mind-bending. While the film starts
By Jarrod Saunders on 14 Aug 2013

Devil Seed Review

I pity the poor souls that sit through the 108 minutes of torture known as Devil Seed (aka The Devil in Me). In fact watching the impact of the film
By Byron Hendricks on 09 Aug 2013

Red State Review

After two decades of delivering controversial films and a period dabbling in meaningless mainstream flicks, writer-director, and all-round funnyman, Kevin Smith puts the gloves back on and steps back in
By Jarrod Saunders on 28 May 2013

Seven Psychopaths

Seven Psychopaths employs the help of several actors known for playing oddball characters. This long list includes the likes of Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken, Woody Harrelson, Harry Dean
By Jarrod Saunders on 09 Apr 2013

Rosewood Lane

When researching this film; the only picture of the film’s director I could find was that of a mugshot for an arrest in 2000 on some indecency charges. That seems
By Daniel Rom on 15 Mar 2013

Wake Up and Die

I first dismissed Wake Up and Die almost entirely out of hand, because the box blurb seemed to tell the entire plot of the movie. And when a DVD usually
By Daniel Rom on 23 Feb 2013

Catch .44

A lot can be said about how bad this drug tale is, but in keeping things succinct I will only raise a few problems. The most obvious accusation is that
By Neilan Adams on 18 Feb 2013