The House on Pine Street Review: Unwelcome Guests

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter KNOCK KNOCK, WHO’S THERE? After escaping the their frantic inner-city lifestyle and moving to the Kansas suburbs, married couple, Jennifer (Emily Goss) and Luke (Taylor Bottles), find themselves haunted by a mysterious past trauma and a series of paranormal events that plague the pregnant Jennifer. Jennifer’s physical fragility quickly gives […]

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Deep Red Review: Murder Mastery

  Words: Aaron Kent Twitter: @GodzillaKent HAND IN GLOVE Beautifully presented over three discs – a 4k restoration of both the Director’s Cut and the International Theatrical Cut, with an additional soundtrack CD – Arrow’s Blu-ray release of Deep Red (or Profondo Rosso in its native Italian) may well be the ultimate edition of Dario […]

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The Voices Review: Animal Crackers

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter DEVIL’S ADVOCAT Ryan Reynolds’ playful yet resilient campaign to bring a truer representation of comic book mercenary, Deadpool, to movie theatres following the hatchet job Wolverine Origins inflicted upon the character, exhibited not just his love for filmmaking and unique characterisation, but affection for bizarre and outlandish black humour. Fans […]

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Mona Lisa Review: Red Light Driver

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter LOOKING FOR CATHY Following a seven-year stint spent at Her Majesty’s Pleasure, George returns to his London home with hope of being reunited with estranged teenage daughter, Jeannie. What he discovers is a changed city, filled with new, racially diverse faces, and stricken by an increasingly seedy underbelly engorged on […]

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Stray Dogs Review: Wordless Chorus

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter A deeply unsettling atmosphere radiates from the visuals of Tsai Ming Ling’s critically lauded 2013 Taiwanese-French drama, Stray Dogs. It is as though a set of gnarled fingers are slowly reaching out from the screen, inching ever closer and forming a deathly grasp around your neck. The picture’s opening scene depicts a […]

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