Articles Posted in the " Martin Compston " Category

  • Piggy

    Piggy holds a magnifying-glass up to life in London and reveals the everyday horrors that each one of us city dwellers silently dreads… and then it goes mental, throws in a gangster and takes us on a revenge-killing spree.

  • Ghosted

    Ghosted is another reliable, by-the-numbers and relatively unmemorable British prison drama. Why do we keep making them? Presumably because people lap them up – and if prison-drama-up-lapping is your bag, this’ll do you just fine.

  • The Disappearance Of Alice Creed

    A young woman faces a terrifying ordeal in J Blakeson’s accomplished feature directorial debut. The Disappearance Of Alice Creed is an edge of seat thriller that by its simple design – three characters trapped predominantly in one location – could easily have started life on the stage. The film even adopts a classic three act structure, bookmarked by twists that force us to re-evaluate the fragile balance of power.