A difficult, yet intriguing film. White Lie poses a concept which is horrific, one which transcends a heist of people's good will into an unbearable and nervy thriller.
Film Review: ‘Love, Weddings & Other Disasters’ (2020)
When a skydive goes hilariously wrong, Jessie (Maggie Grace) - a wedding planner - crash-lands a wedding by the lake, resulting in her being dubbed as the "Wedding Trasher" after a video of the incident goes viral.
For Nerdly.co.uk: “‘Skyfire’ Blu-ray Review”
Simon West – the visionary director behind one of the greatest films of all-time: Con Air – is back with more explosive action on screen in Skyfire …
Film Review: ‘Honest Thief’ (2020)
Liam Neeson returns to the big screen with his latest action vehicle - Honest Thief - which, honestly, is great fun.
For SetTheTape.com: “You Should Have Left – Film Review”
Kevin Bacon – the face of the EE mobile network – is now the latest face of Blumhouse Productions in creepy horror, You Should Have Left.
For HCMovieReviews: “Schemers”
Set in Dundee, Scotland around 1979-80, Schemers presents an unbelievable underdog story – one which will inspire today’s generation.
For The Digital Fix: “Hunter’s Moon Review”
With enough twists to put Chubby Checker to shame, Michael Caissie’s Hunter’s Moon is barking full of terror, sleaze and creepiness, but not much blood and guts.
For Nerdly.co.uk: “What Goes Around – Review”
Erin (Catherine Morvell) is a vulnerable and reserved college student. Working in a cafe, she is abused and taken advantage of by the customers. It’s unfair, disgusting, and is just another layer of annoyance present in an already difficult life.
DVD Review: ‘Beyond the Law’ (2019)
Another day, another dollar, and another direct-to-video Steven Seagal film. Beyond the Law - not to be confused with the Cynthia Rothrock film of the same name - is probably Seagal's best in the last decade or so.
Film Review: ‘7500’ (2019)
Straight out of the textbook of 90s action thrillers, 7500 marks the return of, not only outdated concepts, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s proper return to the screen.
For The Digital Fix: “The Girl with a Bracelet Review”
A remake of Argentina’s The Accused, the French-language drama, The Girl with a Bracelet (La Fille au bracelet) takes its source material’s name to the core - in that the accused is central to the film, rather than the accusation.
For Nerdly.co.uk: “A Clear Shot – Review”
Intercutting its opening titles with the loading of a gun, A Clear Shot immediately hooks you in with its projected intensity.