The Frozen Ground Review

17 women murdered, 30 women abducted and raped, 461 years plus life, 17 grave sites and the longest search in Alaskan history. It sounds like a crime that could have
By Sarah Xena Lee on 24 Sep 2014

Salinger Review

J.D. Salinger, the famous American author who died in 2010 is perhaps most well-known for his controversial novel, Catcher in the Rye. However, he was equally well-known for his reclusiveness
By Daniel Rom on 26 May 2014

The Paperboy Review

Set in the 1960’s, with the backdrop of violent alligator swamplands in South Florida, The Paperboy revolves around a team of people working to free a man wrongly prosecuted. Nothing
By Christine Tesco on 01 Apr 2014

The Butler Review

You hear nothing. You see nothing. You only serve. After serving eight American presidents over a period of three decades you can believe that any server in the Whitehouse has
By Sarah Xena Lee on 11 Mar 2014

The Factory

The Factory opens with its vile psychopath plucking a hooker off the street, who meets a somewhat grisly end within the next few minutes. This establishes the film’s antagonist, but
By Claudia Hauter on 01 Apr 2013

The Raven

Historical dramas and murder-mystery thrillers set in eras gone by are not quite as popular as they used to be. With audiences these days opting for the kind of effects-driven,
By Claudia Hauter on 22 Oct 2012