Kubo and the Two Strings – Movie Review

In a world where Pixar’s 3D animation has dominated, the epic and visually-stunning fantasy animated film Kubo and the Two Strings is both a triumph for traditional stop-motion filmmaking and
By Jarrod Saunders on 22 Aug 2016

Interstellar Review

Pure poetry. A mix of philosophy, astrophysics, existentialism, ethics and a running reference to Dylan Thomas’s words: “Do not go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage against the dying
By Guest on 07 Nov 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

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

Killer Joe Review

When low life Chris Smith (Emile Hirsch) gets kicked out of his mother’s house after yet another violent encounter, he looks for refuge at his father’s trailer in a manic
By Christine Tesco on 02 Dec 2013

Bernie Review

Black comedies are very hard to get right. They can either be one of the best things you’ve ever seen, or one of the most boring and pointless experiences of
By Daniel Rom on 26 Nov 2013

Magic Mike Review

If I told you that Magic Mike is a film about the highs and lows of male stripping and stars Channing Tatum (a real life ex-stripper) as the title stud,
By Jarrod Saunders on 10 Jan 2013