When a recovered camcorder chronicles one family’s Christmas Day encounter with a UFO, only one thing can be certain: whatever it was they met, it wasn’t Father Christmas.
Monthly Archives: January, 2014
Jonathan Neeves takes apart the Oscars – a horrendously biased ceremony based on nationality, creed and colour.
Reviews of three classic Agatha Christie Poirot stories: Murder on the Orient Express (1974), Death on the Nile (1978) and Evil Under The Sun (1982).
A story about a nun-in-waiting who makes some life-changing discoveries about her past when she explores the wider world just before committing to life in the convent.
Rather fittingly, docoBANKSY is a documentary about Banksy, the graffiti artist. Comprised of found footage material and talking heads, the film has an intriguing narrative, and asks all the right questions.
He’s Gone tells the story of a priest who goes on a revenge rampage as he upholds law of Exodus 21:24 – Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot.
Funny, well-paced and imaginative, The Runner is an inventive short film, produced in true guerrilla filmmaking style by people who are heading for the mainstream.
The Film Surgeon, Mike Bao, dissects a beautifully balanced and powerful scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s 1956 film, The Wrong Man.