Producing fear alongside the kitsch and directed by rising talent Charlie Lyne, Fear Itself is a nod, with a sharpened knife, to 1970's horror.
I sat down with David Farrier, director of the film Tickled, to explain his film, which exposes the tickling fetish community. Sort of.
Marc Jérusalmi speaks through Chinese portrait with Rachel Ward about which flower she’d be, her marriage with Bryan Brown, and her film An Accidental Soldier
Walking the line between thriller and thinkpiece, Midnight Special deserves to be seen in its short window of opportunity.
It behooves one to plan ahead for a Netflix binge. So, while you’re churning through the current catalogue, here’s what’s due up next.
The quintessential modern-age anti-rom-com, Love works because creator Judd Apatow didn’t rush the foreplay.
The less said about 10 Cloverfield Lane, the better. While that might sound like a bad review, it’s not. Go see it.
Batman v Superman represents not only a missed opportunity, but an obvious money grab, with the characters thrown asunder.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest vehicle Grimsby has its windows smashed with repeated vulgarity while the plot sits up on bricks.
Despite the fresh marketing campaign surrounding it, Deadpool, as Glen Falkenstein tells us, sports a very familiar and well-worn mask.
As he crawls ever closer to his maiden Oscar, Glen Falkenstein feels Leo DiCaprio’s vehicle, The Revenant, has been vastly miscast.
Looking for a Saturday Night movie that isn’t Star Wars? Filmophile Glen Falkenstein has two reviewed two old tales re-imagined to great effect.
Maria Tedeschi watched the tragically muted Amy Winehouse speak again in the documentary Amy and while Winehouse remains enigmatic, her talent lives on.
We sent Glen Falkenstein to chart the nervous pulse that ran underneath the world premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Glen Falkenstein witnessed the finale of the colossal Hunger Games juggernaut and found it a fitting finale…albeit with some issues.
Glen Falkenstein enters the steamy kitchen of Bradley Cooper’s Burnt, only to find the dish has gone off the boil.
Film theorist/fanboy Maciej Radny eulogises on a victim of the Hollywood machine: the relevance and the beauty of the movie poster.
Glen Falkenstein visits the well-trodden streets of Boston, this time driven by Johnny Depp’s latest vehicle Black Mass.
Glen Falkenstein reviews The Intern, the latest DeNiro vehicle…and as far as he’s concerned, the film doesn’t get the job done.
Glen Falkenstein steps south of the border with Benicio del Toro’s latest jaunt, Sicario, and to be blunt, it was one-way Traffic.
Glen Falkenstein witnesses the continued rise of Jake Gyllenhaal’s acting chops; almost completely unrecognisable in Southpaw.
Our man Glen Falkenstein represented TBS at the SF3 film festival over the weekend and reported back with his findings from the innovative competition.