Review Archive: September 2010

The Law

An underseen gem by director Jules Dassin, and with a terrific cast of European stars, is celebrated by Oscilloscope
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Tokyo Gore School

With a conspicuously low volume of gore, Tokyo Gore School employs some other shock tactics, to vary...
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Rapt

Yvan Attal is a rich industrialist who faces the trials of Job when he is kidnapped in this French t...
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Bleach Series 05 Part 01

The Bount misery continues.......
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The Horde

Hellishly grey skies, a clutch of survivors, a grimy tower block, and a demented zombie onslaught. Another routine zombie flick, or does The Horde have anything extra? Mark Lee finds out.
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Glee: Season 1 Vol.2 - Road to Regionals

Kev continues his coverage of one of the biggest shows of the past 12 months, as Glee reaches the en...
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Bleach Series 04 Part 03

We finally review another volume of the Bount Arc and sadly in this case late is worse than never....
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Meat Grinder

Spelling bad news for Thai noodle houses everywhere, Meat Grinder arrives on UK shores. Yet there's...
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Jaguar Lives

Featuring Bond villains, a hint of Bruce Lee and lots of locations, Jaguar Lives is actually quite g...
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The Final

A homage to the brutality of modern horror shockers, or a pointless document of teen on teen torture...
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Phobia

Phobia presents the considerable talents of four Thai filmmakers in this impressive horror quartet. ...