James White tackles the difficult subject of personal grief. While not an easy watch, and offering no answers, it nonetheless leaves you with a feeling of catharsis.
Monthly Archives: February, 2016
This re-release of Mario Bava’s Five Dolls For An August Moon gives fans a chance to see an important development in the giallo master’s style and ability.
Brooklyn tells the story of a young Irish woman emigrating to New York for a better life, showing a complex mix of fear, excitement, guilt and hope.
Homme Less tells the very modern story of a 52-year-old fashion photographer who seems to live the high life in New York, but is actually homeless.
The Program tells the true story of journalist David Walsh’s quest to prove Lance Armstrong was a drug cheat – but struggles to flesh out the characters involved.