LILTING [2014]

Directed By Hong Khaou. Written by Hong Khaou. This is the debut feature film for Hong Khaou, and being of Cambodian descent, I imagine this movie may be semi-autobiographical, though that is obviously pure… Continue reading

THE TWO FACES OF JANUARY [2014]

Directed By Hossein Amini, Written by Hossein Amini (screenplay), Patricia Highsmith (novel) Starring: Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst, Oscar Isaac The plot and the acting/characters save this movie, as it could have been incredibly… Continue reading

The Rover [2014]

Directed By David Michod. Written by David Michod, Joel Edgerton A man has lost everything; one begins to wonder why he bothers to keep himself alive in this post-apocalyptic Australian outback. It is… Continue reading

Night Moves [2013]

Directed By Kelly Reichardt I thought this one was great. Not fantastic, nothing ground-breaking here, but a nicely shot indie flick isn’t something I’ll turn down. This one was tension filled, though the… Continue reading

20,000 Days on Earth [2014]

Directed By Ian Forsyth and Jane Pollard Written By Nick Cave, Ian Forsyth and Jane Pollard Any creative person needs to see this. Musician, writer, anything, if this film doesn’t inspire you, then… Continue reading

What We Do In The Shadows [2014]

Directed By Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi I wasn’t sure about this one, I cannot remember anything about Flight of the Concords (sp?) and comedy is a sticky thing for me. I find that… Continue reading

Lucy [2014]

Directed by Luc Besson I’m glad I caught this on the big screen. Fuck me sideways it looked good, which was what I was counting on initially, as I thought I’d need to… Continue reading

Boyhood [2014]

Directed by Richard Linklater Is it just me or has this year been insanely productive for indie/non-mainstream movies? Or perhaps I am just finding more good stuff. Which brings me to this incredible… Continue reading

These Final Hours [2013]

Directed by Zak Hilditch The world is coming to an end; a meteoroid strike has caused a chain reaction that is gradually engulfing the entire planet. When we start, a radio announcer informs… Continue reading

Under The Skin [2013]

Directed By Jonathon Glazer This is an ‘art’ film in the truest sense. I’m still wondering if it had more dialogue than Space Odyssey.. At times it felt like a silent film! It… Continue reading