The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower – Review

If you only see one Stephen King adaptation on the big screen this summer… maybe wait for IT. First to arrive, The Dark Tower – based on an epic series of eight King novels – spans science fiction,...
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Jane Got A Gun – Review

Like Edgar Wright’s Ant-Man and countless other projects from development hell, Lynne Ramsay’s Jane Got a Gun is a film that will only ever exist in audience’s minds. It’s curious then, if nothing...
Ridiculous 6

The Ridiculous 6 – Review

With neither the anticipation of The Hateful Eight nor the veneration of The Magnificent Seven, in rides The Ridiculous 6. The potential freedoms of a direct-to-Netflix deal seem to have been ignored by...

Beyond The Reach – Review

At one point in Beyond The Reach, Michael Douglas’s increasingly crazed millionaire bellows a fine bit of paraphrasing: “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, I kill you”. Then he throws some...

Slow West – Review

Despite getting off to a slow (wahey!) start, Slow West picks up pace as it craftily builds its world, tone and characters to culminate in a pulsating and well-earned finale. That Slow West is the...

The Homesman – Review

She calls her mules Grace and Redemption, he dubs his horse Brown; therein lies a relatively comprehensive summation of Mary Bee Cuddy (Swank) and George Briggs (Tommy Lee Jones). As the pair journey across...

The Salvation – LFF Review

The Salvation launches into action with a tense and life-changing encounter for Jon (Mikkelsen) and his family. Unfortunately, from there the plot becomes increasingly ludicrous and lightweight. The...