DVD Review - Cowboys and Zombies

Originally titled The Dead and the Damned, writer-director Rene Perez's Western/horror hybrid was redubbed for its U.K. release, all the...

The Expendables: Junk-food for a Saturday night

Saturday nights are made for movies, but not just any old movies; Saturday nights are made for big hairy exploding movies filled with testosterone...

Review: The Rise of the Planet of the Apes

Andy Serkis is superb as Caesar, the most complex character in the whole film and it is heart-breaking and inspiring to see how his primitive...

3D: For and Against

The discussion of 3D is a horse that has been flogged to within an inch of its life over the last few years, with powerful film writers...

On Mature Reflection: Slow Food Film Criticism

There are many fine film, theatre, TV, games, music, fashion and food critics. Make your own list of the popular arts and take your pick....

One Pill, Anything's Possible

I imagine that most people have a DVD collection similar to mine. It's a right mixture; literally next to each other on the shelf, you...

Why Sucker Punch Deserves A Second Chance

To the discerning film fan the modern multiplex can be a depressing and woefully uninteresting place to quench one's thirst for cinematic...

Review: 'The Devil's Double'

Based upon the autobiographical novel of Latif Yahia, a body double for Saddam Hussein's son Uday Hussein during the late 1980s, director...

British Film Appreciation: Theatre of Blood (1973)

The creative process can be brutal. To make a sentence the right words must be hunted, like thieves in the night.
FILM REVIEW: Dominic Cooper Shows His Leading Colours In The Devil's Double

FILM REVIEW: Dominic Cooper Shows His Leading Colours In The Devil's Double

Caroline Frost  2.08.2011
The Devil's Double Starring:Dominic Cooper, Ludivine Sagnier Director: Lee Tamahori Rating: 4/5 If, like me, you have a perception of...

Reviews: The Skin I Live In UK Premiere at Film4 Summer Screen

Part-psychological thriller, part-melodrama and part-body horror, Almodóvar's 18th feature 'The Skin I Live In' is perhaps the director's...

Richard Ayoade's 'Submarine' released on DVD

Ayoade has once again shown himself to be as fine behind the camera as he is in front (excluding perhaps the deeply unfunny The IT Crowd...

Perfect Saturday Night Movies

The Replacements itself is mediocre, but when it comes to fun-filled Saturday film nights at home there is no other film that unites the...

Captain America: The First Avenger- Marvel's Missed Opportunity

Nazis.  When it comes to baddies, you just can't beat 'em.  Marvel's third outing of the summer tells the story of Steve Rogers (Evans)...
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