Archives

Regression – Movie Review

In this based-on-a-true-story horror work written and directed by Spanish film-maker Alejandro Amenabar (The Others, The Sea Inside), the leads argue about the nature of good and evil as they
By Edward Wallace on 19 Oct 2016

Before I Wake – Movie Review

The premise behind horror film Before I Wake is solid – a young boy’s dreams and nightmares manifest in reality. There are enough ideas present for real chills, but unfortunately,
By Jarrod Saunders on 07 Jul 2016

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

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

Murder Of A Cat – Movie Review

Imagine a world where Shaggy has never met Scooby-Doo. That’s probably the best way to introduce Murder Of A Cat, a forgettable unfunny indie movie masquerading as a quirky mystery
By Jarrod Saunders on 30 May 2016

The Loft – Movie Review

Plausibility isn’t high on the list of priorities for The Loft, a sleek and sleazy locked-room erotic thriller that suffers from too much mystery and too many story complications. Those
By Jarrod Saunders on 16 May 2016

Parkland Review

Parkland is an eye-opening fly-on-the-wall account of the days surrounding the Kennedy assassination in November 1963. The opening handheld scenes blend very well with the vintage stock footage and put
By Kyle St John Peters on 17 Dec 2014

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

Old Boy Review

I’m not sure that I’m qualified to review this movie. Why? Well it’s certainly not because it’s so good that words cannot do it justice. It’s also not because it’s
By Kyle St John Peters on 19 Sep 2014

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Review

I remember seeing the trailer for Jack Ryan for the first time in the cinema and bursting into uncontrollable laughter for some time. It sounds like a parody from CollegeHumor;
By Daniel Rom on 23 Jun 2014