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  • Mohawk



    Like last year’s Bone Tomahawk, director Ted Geoghegan’s savage cat-and-mouse conflict – set during the end of the American War of Independence – is a thrilling piece of pulpy genre cinema which also succeeds in bringing some emotional weight and finely-drawn characters amongst the limp-lopping and blood-spurting action. Packed with a strong ensemble of performances who may not be household names, but leave an indelible mark (particularly lead, Kaniehtiio Horn) this is the kind of film which will take an unsuspecting audience by pleasant surprise.

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  • M.F.A.


    This college campus-based rape revenge drama has undoubtedly been made with the best intentions, but as a depiction of the consequences, both morally and psychologically, of a sexual assault, it never lands, dramatically. Francesca Eastwood (yes, he’s her father) is Noelle – a shy student in her final year at a prestigious liberal arts college. Informed by her lecturer that the work she’s been putting out is lacking in creativity and imagination, her mood is lifted by the invite of…

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  • Puncture



    A well-made and surprisingly engrossing law drama with a stunning central performance from Chris Evans.

    Another example of a decent film inexplicably missing out on a big screen release. Hope it finds an audience on video.

  • Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever

    Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever


    Ti West may have disowned it but there's a lot to like about this twisted sequel. Porky's by way of John Waters and Troma.