Reviewed: Skyfall

October 28, 2012 The Spoilist 0

Daniel Craig returns for his third outing as James Bond but is does the franchise’s 50th anniversary film live up to all the hype?


Anna Karenina: Reviewed

September 15, 2012 Dave Coates 0

So this is largely a geeky kind of site, but I don’t get to the cinema very often and dashed if I’m not going to plough that furrow for all it’s worth. Anna Karenina, as you know, is a 950-pager by Tolstoy about a married woman who strays from the straight/narrow and Bolshevik agrarian reform.


Dredd 3D: Reviewed

September 12, 2012 Jac Thurmond 0

What do you know, I arrived back in the country just in time for the latest stab at adapting Judge Dredd to the big screen, this time around just called Dredd.


Storage 24: Reviewed

June 29, 2012 Jac Thurmond 0

Don’t you just hate it when you’ve just been broken up with on the phone, you run into your ex sorting out all your stuff with her douchebag friends and then all of a sudden


EIFF Review: The Rest of the World

June 25, 2012 Laura Witz 0

Having started the film festival with the resounding smack in the face that was Killer Joe, I was happy to return to much more familiar territory with a lovely, sad foreign film.


Chernobyl Diaries: Reviewed

June 24, 2012 Jac Thurmond 1

If you’re a fan of the most mediocre of horror movies, have we got a film for you this week. Chernobyl Diaries, the latest from the guy who did the middle of the road masterpiece Paranormal


Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter: Reviewed

June 20, 2012 Jac Thurmond 2

(To everyone who’s joining us: yes, this review spoils some pretty big plot points) So, what are my feelings on Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter? I’ll tell you my first gut reaction when the credits started