With the hugely anticipated Interstellar opening in cinemas worldwide, our film writer Van Connor met with acclaimed director Christopher Nolan..
With a slick marketing campaign and Pierce Brosnan back in the genre to which he so clearly belongs, it’s sad..
With the level of anticipation surrounding it in the months leading up to its release, Interstellar (an apt title for..
Self-proclaimed as a “psychological romantic dramedy”, it’s worrying that such a baffling genre description manages to be only slightly less..
The directorial debut of writer Dan Gilroy, there’s a distinct air of “Urban Cronenberg” to Nightcrawler that – when coupled..
A futile exercise in the soul-crushing nature of conveyor-belt horror flicks, the most interesting aspect of the decidedly seen-it-all before Ouija..
Hugely anticipated, Alexandre Aja’s adaptation of Joe Hill’s cult-fave novel is a sublime mixture of dark fantasy, murky drama and..
Aiming squarely for the bubblegum fluff level that served P.S. I Love You – with which it shares it’s source..
An unashamedly traditional Hollywood war movie, there’s a sense of immersion and authenticity to Fury that bolsters an otherwise perfectly..
In a day and age in which children are saddled with either 12A action flicks or computer-animated cinema offerings, there’s..
Considering it only took three movies before M. Night Shyamalan’s cinematic gimmick of employing a twist became ripe for parody,..
Possibly the most dreaded reboot of any to roll off the 21st century Hollywood assembly line, it’s of note that..
“It always makes sense in the end,” we’re told midway through cult Spanish filmmaker Nacho Vigalondo’s Open Windows; which –..