Half-mumblecore, half-Sci Fi, James Ward Byrkit’s directorial debut is a satisfying, if convoluted indie gem made on a shoestring budget.
Another unfortunately bland installation in the series of recent DC Universe Animated feature films, BATMAN VS. ROBIN lacks spice, or bite.
Leigh Janiak’s deeply unsettling HONEYMOON is a horrific exploration of the disintegration of a relationship, in both senses of the word.
Despite a number of flaws, OPEN WINDOWS is an entertaining and experimental genre-outing from director Nacho Vigalondo
IN ORDER OF DISAPPEARANCE is a deadpan, violent Norwegian thriller with idiosyncrasies and charm that should make it destined to be a cult favourite
Umberto Pasolini’s STILL LIFE disappoints as both character study and drama, saddled with a lack of subtlety and a thoroughly poor denouement.
THE WIND RISES, Hayao Miyazaki’s purported swansong, comes as a fitting end to a legendary career.
Puella Magi Madoka Magica is one of the must see animes emerging within the last few years. The latest boxset from Madman gives audiences the perfect environment to watch it in.
We continue our Year in Review coverage with a look at the best home video releases, from massive box sets to meticulously crafted individual releases.
Fans of the Bayonetta game will be pleased with its anime adaptation, a gorgeous looking film that preserves – and even furthers – the idiosyncrasies and delirious excesses that you would come to expect of the franchise.