Monthly Archive: July 2015

Review: Far From Men

From the moment the words “Algeria: 1954” appear on the screen you know that these characters are not in for an easy ride. Based...

Review: Medea

‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’, so goes the saying. In few places is this as well captured as Euripides’ Medea, an...

Review: Mr Holmes

It’s 1947 in sunny Sussex and a 93-year-old Sherlock Holmes (Ian McKellen) has one last case to solve. This time, though, he’s not searching...

Review: Amy

Amy, the latest documentary charting the rise and fall of British singer Amy Winehouse is confronting, tragic and at times almost impossible to watch....

Review: Cuckoo – 45downstairs

You know who I am, don’t you? Jane Miller’s Cuckoo would be a great movie. The writing has depth and emotion attached to it, it...

Review: Terminator Genisys

It seems like the 2010s is the decade of the franchise. We’ve got the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Bourne series, more Mission Impossible coming...