How I Met My Father – Match (DVD Review)

Posted by - October 5, 2015
Patrick Stewart`s name has, over the last few decades, become synonymous with a handful of iconic roles. From Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek The Next Generation and Charles Xavier in the X-Men films (a role, let's face it, he was born to play), to voicing Susie Swanson and Avery Bullock in the Family Guy

Secrets and Sexuality – Buttercup Bill (Film Review)

Posted by - September 2, 2015
Childhood secrets and forbidden love run rife in the intoxicating directorial debut from Remy Bennett and Emilie Richard-Froozan. After the death of a mutual friend, now-grown childhood playmates Pernilla (Bennett) and Patrick (Evan Louison) reunite to drown their sorrows by recapturing their youth through nostalgia, imaginary friends and games of sexual one-up-manship. Initially seeing themselves

Hold On To Your Nuts… – Julia (Film Review)

Posted by - August 31, 2015
For some bizarre reason, the rape/revenge genre has become a sordid staple of horror movies over the last few decades. Kicking off in the seventies with the original video nasties, Last House on the Left and I Spit on your Grave (both of which inexplicably got lackluster noughties remakes), this illicit sub-genre seems to have

Mean Spy – Barely Lethal (Film Review)

Posted by - August 24, 2015
If cinema has taught us anything over the years, it`s that high school is a pretty tough time. Whether you`re a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, or a criminal, it`s inevitable that you`re going to have to struggle through some zany exploits, pregnancy scares, possible musical numbers and hard-learned life lessons from

Ten Dollar Haircuts – SMOSH: The Movie (Film Review)

Posted by - July 27, 2015
Over the last few years, YouTube has increasingly become the medium for rising talents to display their wares. From musicians to movie makers, YouTube is the new home for budding celebrities in the making. Indeed, many young people nowadays are more familiar with stars of the internet than they are of the screen or radio.

Attacking the Porn Industry – Girlhouse (DVD Review)

Posted by - July 16, 2015
I have always believed that there are three categories of slasher movie. The first, the truly terrifying, spine-tingling delight that continues to haunt every dark corridor for weeks to come. The likes of Halloween and Scream have continued to terrify generations of new audiences in the decades since their releases.  The second is the “so

You`re Gonna Need a Bigger Fridge – The Voices (DVD Review)

Posted by - July 10, 2015
Iranian graphic novelist Marjane Satrapi first came to the attention of cinema goers across the globe with her Oscar-nominated adaptation of her autobiographical book Persepolis. In her first English language film, The Voices, she takes us on a morally ambiguous journey filled with talking animals, singing butterflies and enough dismembered body parts to fill a

This is Not a Dream – Comet (Film Review)

Posted by - July 3, 2015
Justin Long is a name you might not know. That said, you would certainly know his face. Having started his career as day-saving computer nerd Brandon in 1999`s cult comedy Galaxy Quest, he has appeared as a supporting character in over seventy films over the last few decades, from mediocre horror movies and Britney Spears