Vigilante justice in the deep South, a London safecracker comes home and mobster carnage in France -Tom Leins reviews this week’s biggest DVDs.
Tom Leins takes to the DVDs to review The Great Train Robbery, Vendetta and Lords of London
Violent delights are on offer in this week’s DVD round-up. Originally released in Sweden in 2010, word-of-mouth sensation Easy Money (Icon/Lionsgate) didn’t actually arrive in UK cinemas until this summer. Now available on DVD, this violent, absorbing thriller proves to be well worth the wait. Cash-strapped economics student Johan ‘JW’ Westlund (Joel Kinnaman, The Killing […]
The Godfather Part III struggled to find acceptance in the wake of its classic predecessors. This is unfair, argues Declan Cochran, who believes the film is a neglected masterpiece
Jerri Hart’s latest film Plan B, is an Ealing Comedy type jape, with a chunk of psychology thrown in for good measure, and we’re hearing good reports