Category: Art

‘On Chesil Beach’ Can’t Sustain The Passion It Aspires To

Compatibility is a tricky business, even on the best of days, like your wedding… It  is  summer  1962,  and  England  is  still  a  year  away  from  huge  social  changes: Beatlemania, the sexual revolution and the Swinging Sixties.  This is when…

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‘Breaking In’ Isn’t Afraid To Let The Ladies Throw Down

In all walks of life, there’s one unwritten rule that everyone has to follow…never mess with a mama… While Breaking In pretty well encapsulates the definition of ‘bare bones cinema’; it’s also a refreshing take on the home invasion thriller…

The Romance In ‘Submergence’ Gets Lost In The Void

It’s been said that absence makes the heart grow fonder…but only to a point… Submergence is a shiny and sexy looking love story but in doing something a little too straight ahead here, director Wim Wenders actually fails because while…

‘Ghost Stories’ Gets To The Core Of The Truly Creepy

Something about going a little old school when you’re turning up the creepy… Hitting VOD in the States and opening for a limited run in New York as we speak, Ghost Stories is a little slice of old school horror…