The Hateful Eight Review

The Hateful Eight and Quentin Tarantino are (unsurprisingly) cultural agents of incendiary race and gender debates, with regard to the purpose of film as a medium for messages about the
By Sindi-Leigh McBride on 02 Feb 2016

The Revenant Review

“When you see the film, you will see the scale of it. And you will say, ‘Wow’.”  – Director Alejandro González Iñárritu to critics of his latest feat, The Revenant.
By Sindi-Leigh McBride on 18 Jan 2016

We Gotta Get Out of This Place: Review

We Gotta Get Out of This Place (known as Bad Turn Worse in some areas) is a delightful debut from the Hawkins brothers, who seem to embrace the modern Western-Noir
By Daniel Rom on 16 Feb 2015

The Virginian Review

Another decade, another Virginian adaptation. The novel of the same title, written by Owen Wister in 1902 is considered to be the first Western novel of all time, and has
By Daniel Rom on 25 Jun 2014

A Million Ways To Die In The West Review

Seth MacFarlane, the highest paid writer in television history, has moved from the childhood talking bear (Ted) to the dirty Wild West by taking adult comedy films to another level.
By Meagan Taylor on 28 May 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

Gallowwalkers Review

In 2008, Wesley Snipes was convicted for “willful failure to file federal income tax returns.” He was sentenced to three years in prison, a term which started on 9th December
By Evan Saunders on 09 Aug 2013

Django Unchained Review

Self-confessed film lover Quentin Tarantino is no stranger to controversy, but his latest work, homage mashup Django Unchained, seems to have escalated into one of the most contentious films of
By Jarrod Saunders on 12 Jan 2013

Dawn Rider

Dawn Rider is a passable and predictable remake of a 1935 John Wayne movie. It never dares to break any boundaries or add real suspense but is a reasonably entertaining
By Guest on 03 Dec 2012