Casual sex, intimate encounters, one night stands etc. They are books which immediately close as they open.
Film Review: ‘Every Day in Kaimuki’ (2022) – MANIFF 2023
A community radio host has the opportunity to leave and progress from his neighbourhood of Kaimukī - the move, however, is as daunting as it is ambitious.
Film Review: ‘Blazing Neon’ (2022) – MANIFF 2023
Two tormented characters, either side of human trafficking, find their paths merge into one in FGKO’s gritty adaptation of Rémy Lasource’s Du crepitement sous les neons
Film Review: ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ (2023)
Ageless Paul Rudd returns as Scott Lang in an Ant-Man sequel which touches on the concept of time not existing… How appropriate
Film Review: ‘Plane’ (2023)
Gerard Butler goes wheels up in a knees up style of action film, a throwback reminiscent of yesteryear’s classics, this film is…Plane.
Film Review: ‘Renegades’ (2022)
A sugar-free British/American Expendables knock-off, but with TV alumni, Renegades is the latest product aimed at the Divorced Dads’ Club.
Film Review: ‘Empire of Light’ (2022)
Sam Mendes - one of Britain’s finest filmmakers - returns to the big screen, his first post-Lockdown film, with a fitting tribute to life and cinema in Empire of Light. Moving on from the blockbuster of Bond and the one-shot-spectacle of 1917, Mendes’ latest picture details the not-so-bright life on the coast during the early 80s of Thatcher’s Britain.
Blu-ray Review: ‘Clerks III’ (2022)
Having returned to the View Askewniverse in 2019 with Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, Kevin Smith takes another trip down memory lane, but this time, back to where it all started with Clerks III.
Film Review: ‘Watcher’ (2022)
Watcher is a horrific psychological thriller through the perspective of a woman, directed by a woman.
Film Review: ‘False Positive’ (2021)
In False Positive, a couple are in desperate need of having a child. Nothing is working. Who do they go to? Pierce Brosnan.
Film Review: ‘The Prey: Legend of Karnoctus’ (2022)
Opening within what seemingly appears to be a Middle Eastern meth lab, and fully equipped with the greatest animated intro you will ever see, The Prey is seemingly a wild ride from the get go. But just how wild does it get?
4K UHD Review: ‘Drive’ (2011)
The latest release from Second Sight Films sees a super-charged Limited Edition box set celebrating the ferocious quality of the 2011 cult classic: Drive. Released in both 4K UHD and Blu-ray formats, Drive has finally received the servicing it so fully deserves.