Unearthed, a short film by Daniel Bergeson, has a very natural feel for a story that deals with guilt and the supernatural
In Hell’s Bells Luke Jeffery has managed to combine age-old paranoia and present-day fears with a deft prescience that’s sure to have an enduring appeal.
Post-apocalyptic thriller Tear Me Apart (Cannibal Films) tells the story of two brothers – living in a cave in a barren part of Cornwall – who have been forced to turn to cannibalism to survive. Although the eldest (Frazer Alexander) clings to the notion that their father will reappear, bringing with him the return of […]
Brown Willy is writer director Brett Harvey’s second features and is a comedy drama of a friendship under strain on Bodmin Moor
The Runner is a short film from director John Tomkins, who knows where training for your entry level film job can lead you.
Two Short Nights kicked off with its first two International Shorts screenings and Simon Roger Key popped along to see an eclectic mix of films.
Dartmoor Killing is the theatrical debut from Devon’s own, Peter Nicholson – best known for his work at the BBC and Channel 4. Nicholson’s film eschews the usual conventions of British cinema i.e. period settings, Northern working class strife or cockney geezers. Instead, it delivers a contemporary thriller with a twist of suspenseful horror. Becky […]
Simon Roger Key reviews Whiplash and found an adrenaline pumping film with great performances
Trev Lewis reviews British Christmas flick Get Santa – a film of festive fun for years to come
Ben Stiller helps uncover The Secret Life of Walter Mitty in his 2013 film. Trev Lewis reviews the gem of a movie
Get ready for some classic Christmas fun with Billy Bob Thornton as a Bad Santa. Trev Lewis reviews
The new Zombie movie I Survived A Zombie Holocaust offers a fresh and funny take while being true to the Zombie comedy horror genre. Trev Lewis reviews
Let The Right One In combines light and darkness and nestles tenderness with brutal violence. Trev Lewis revisits this accomplished horror
When a Belgian Cub Scout pack goes on a camping trip to France, bad things happen in CUB, a fun horror romp, says Simon Roger Key in his review of the film
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a shell of a film, which omits much of the right-on reptiles’ 30+ year heritage. Simon Roger Key reviews
Jason Schwartzman uses his onscreen charm to play an a-hole in the bleak and witty Listen Up Philip at the BFI London Film Festival. Simon Roger Key reviews
Simon Roger Key steps into Spring from Benson & Moorhead at the 2014 BFI London Film Festival and find it beautifully bedecked with indie horror and romance
Simon Roger Key reviews Israeli-born filmmaker Asaf Korman’s stunning debut Next To Her at the BFI London Film Festival
Benedict Cumberbatch plays Alan Turning and is supported by a strong cast in the Imitation Game
Basil Da Cunha’s debut features a non-professional cast with no screenplay. Simon Roger Key reviews this nocturnal gangster movie
Michael Keaton explored familiar ground with his directorial debut The Merry Gentleman. Simon Roger Key revisits the movie
Documentary My Stuff explores what you really need in life. Is it best to be tied down with all your pointless ‘stuff’ or have a meaningful relationship?
The The Nightman of Nevermoor demonstrates skill and craft on a small budget in an engaging film that is reminiscent of Spielberg
With part one and two out of the way, here Simon Roger Key concludes his countdown of his Top 10 Films of 2013.
With his Keanu love-fest delivered in part one, here Simon Roger Key continues his countdown of his Top 10 Films of 2013. Let part deux begin…