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

Tokyo Gore School

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

Rapt

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

Bleach Series 05 Part 01

The Bount misery continues.......

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.

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...

Bleach Series 04 Part 03

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

Meat Grinder

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

Jaguar Lives

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

The Final

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

Phobia

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