Sherlock Holmes (2009)

Fun, lively movie that's far from a scandal in Bohemia . . . . Guy Ritchie, famous for his London wideboy, cockney, mockney, minor gangster classics such as Snatch and Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels brings to the big screen yet…

Combat Shock (1986)

It shouldn't happen to a vet. No, it REALLY shouldn't happen to a vet... An unrelentingly bleak, downbeat look at a day in the life of a Vietnam veteran while his life is falling apart around him and everything that can go wrong does go…

City Of The Living Dead (1980)

The dead get lively as the gates of Hell prepare to open . . . A priest hangs himself in the town of Dunwich and all manner of things start to happen that kind of hint at the dead not quite being as restful as they used to be. Meanwhile, a…

Yattâman (2009)

See this movie and revel in the madness, obey . . . . Ahh, good old loonytunes Takashi Miike. He's, without a doubt, simply one of the most astonishing, divisive, talented film-makers out there and if you don't like his work I get the…

A Day Of Violence (2009)

The long, long, long, bad Friday . . . . . Writer-director Darren Ward's British gangster flick is all about a debt collector (played by Nick Rendell) who thinks he's quids in when he finds a £100, 000 while trying to collect a debt for his…

The End (2007)

An uncertain beginning builds to a great end . . . . The End is a movie that, much like the advertising for The Matrix announced, cannot be explained to you. It must be shown. To discuss any of the storyline's developments or the main plus…

Vertige aka High Lane (2009)

Sadly, more downs than ups in this horror that aims high . . . . . When viewing the first half of High Lane (aka Vertige) it seems like you're in capable hands as director Abel Ferry exploits the common fear of heights brilliantly with some…