As haunting and memorable as Compliance is, I can’t see anyone going back for repeat viewings
Filling every pixel with beauty and wonder, Sam Raimi’s Oz: the Great and Powerful is more than just a prequel to a classic. It’s a classic in its own right.
@oldmarkethall managed to save me from the mainstream once again by showing the Park Chan-wook’s gorgeous Stoker: it’s just as beautiful as its Korean siblings.
The @oldmarkethall have done it again! The indie drama Robot & Frank has worked its way into my favourite films of the year so far.
You won’t need a cheat code to unlock the magic of Disney’s Wreck-it Ralph.
An explosion of colour, beautiful effects and a fantastic voice cast unite to form the best, and most surprising, animation of 2012: Rise of the Guardians
Even though I was a little disappointed that Rian Johnson’s Looper wasn’t quite what I expected, it’s still one of the most ambitious time travel films of all time.
The long awaited new release from Disney and Pixar, Brave, is finally here. A welcome edition to the family, it’s not quite the same as the much loved predecessors; but certainly the finest animation this summer
Finally getting on track and only a few months late; May’s Fan of the Month, Tom, asked me to review Terry Gilliam’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Is it as good as I remembered it? Every bit as much
Having neglected my mission to see every film from 1001 Movies to Watch Before You Die somewhat, I thought it was about time that I got back to it with The Hurt Locker on blu-ray.