Engaging and darkly comedic time travel thriller that still entertains.
We chat to the writer and director of moving father/daughter short Lefty/Righty.
Disturbingly realistic thriller examining racism and extremism through the eyes of two men
Good performances unfortunately can’t help this conflict-free generation-clash comedy
Focus on social issues and strong performances help distinguish an otherwise formulaic sports film
Mysterious beginning gives way to a compelling relationship between two troubled individuals
Hong Kong meets Hollywood as a veteran director delivers thrilling action
A thrilling dramatisation of a real-life Cold War defection
A realistic science fiction thriller that reflects the concerns of its time period
An initially engaging mystery that unfortunately becomes unfocused
A stylistically unique genre hybrid that overcomes its occasional misses
A surprisingly entertaining entry in the 1980s vigilante action sub-genre.
Lee Van Cleef rides (and fights) again in this solidly engaging Spaghetti Western
An effective look at changes in Chinese society through the eyes of one couple
An entertaining comedy about one band’s long journey to their first gig
Strong performances and impressive debut direction bring this drama to life
Intense revenge thriller with important political undertones
Engaging performances and strong direction prevent this docu-drama from misfiring
Visceral and disturbing horror still scares after twenty-six years
Terry Gilliam’s sci-fi remake still entertains and thrills.
Bernet Tregaskis return with another series of missed comedic opportunities
A lukewarm series of short comedy sketches that reveal more missed opportunities than laughs
A well-acted, if slightly derivative tale of one young man’s struggle with drug addiction.
A fatal accident divides a couple in this emotionally-compelling one-man play