Articles Posted in the " Film Reviews " Category


  • For Bonfire Night, here are 10 people on fire in film

    It’s the fifth of November, which means two things: someone on your Twitter will be being precious about how Bonfire Night celebrates the state-sanctioned murder of dissidents, you’ll think about watching V for Vendetta but forget, and your dog is going to have a nervous breakdown. But religious freedom, dogs and those Anonymous masks are all shit, so why not read about people getting set on fire instead? It’s seasonal, and getting set on fire is way cooler than being honey-trapped by Natalie Portman in a tutu. Here’s our top 10 flaming film characters.


  • Night Moves

    With a gradual build and little to nothing in the way of sudden movements, Kelly Reichardt has quietly announced herself as one of the best filmmakers living today.


  • Pine Ridge

      Pine Ridge follows a group of young Native American Oglala Sioux living on the eponymous South Dakota reservation, collecting their stories as they bum around gas stations and reservoirs..





  • Fruitvale Station

    We’ve heard this story before. Debut feature does well on the festival circuit, gets lauded at Sundance, bought by the Weinsteins, tipped for Oscars. There’s always one token indie every..



  • Fading Gigolo

    If you watched Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo and thought “Hey, this is a great concept that could really work if it was done in a more realistic way and the humour was more sophisticated,” then good news!