For a film with a synopsis that reads, “An old man suffering from cancer seeks revenge on the thieves who have destroyed his life.”, one would hope for the WILDest OAP adventure yet - maybe even a madness with reminiscence to the likes of Death Wish or Hobo with a Shotgun…
Running at 71 minutes, semi-disgraced writer-director, James Toback, has managed to add new meanings to the term, “pretentious,”, with his latest (and hopefully last) film, An Imperfect Murder aka The Private Life of a Modern Woman.
From writer-director Tiller Russell comes another film/TV product centering around the former darknet website, Silk Road, imaginatively titled: Silk Road.
A serious film about drugs, Crisis is a spectacle of intensity and moral values told through three storylines led individually by its three stars: Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer, and Evangeline Lilly.
From Lionsgate UK, Hellraiser: Judgment - the tenth and latest of the series - is the second of two Hellraiser films to have new releases in the UK, both digitally and physically.
Opening in the dark of night, a scared child witnesses his home broken into and its valuables stolen. The cruel event leads to an even greater tragedy witnessed by the young boy and his brother.
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.
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.
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.
Intercutting its opening titles with the loading of a gun, A Clear Shot immediately hooks you in with its projected intensity.
From the football pitch to the small screen, from kicking a supporter to headbutting antagonists, Eric Cantona forever leaves a lasting impression, whether you’re cheering for him or not.
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