This should have stayed in the cutting room. A punk rock band is forced to fight for survival after witnessing a murder at a neo-Nazi skinhead bar. An intriguing premise hampered by an agonising pace, lack of suspense and interesting characters. A shame that this will be remembered as one of Anton Yelchin’s last works. … Continue reading *NEW* GREEN ROOM REVIEW *NEW*



Julianne Moore’s still got it! A stand out performance from a talented actress. A linguistics professor (Julianne Moore) and her family find their bonds tested when she is diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease. I knew it would have to take something special to stop Pike or Jones taking the gold. A heartrending, emotional drama on a disease … Continue reading STILL ALICE REVIEW


Richard Linklater brings us his most ambitious, and longest, project to the big screen with . . . mixed results. An intriguing, if overhyped, concept works as a great marketing tool but also delivers a good story with a great cast. However, despite offering a different and interesting viewing experience, it soon borders on pretentious as the second hour passes. We follow our lead character Mason … Continue reading BOYHOOD REVIEW