Garret Dillahunt

6

Fair

Looper review (Blu-ray)

You can’t fault Looper for ambition. In a market dominated by comic book adaptations and remakes, writer/director Johnson has made a bold science fiction film that is predicated upon intriguing ideas.

6

Fair

Looper review

You can’t fault Looper for ambition, in a summer dominated by comic book adaptations and remakes writer/director Rian Johnson has made a bold science fiction film that is predicated upon...

8

Great

Winter’s Bone review (Blu-ray)

American indie films are becoming better and more interesting as the years go by. As studios become ever more reliant on big blockbusters and sequels, the smaller end of the...

8

Great

Winter’s Bone review

American indie films are becoming better and more interesting as the years go by. As studios become ever more reliant on big blockbusters and sequels, the smaller end of the...

8

Great

Burning Bright review (DVD)

Sometimes, the simplest ideas make the best films. And the idea behind Burning Bright is one of the simplest I've seen in a long time – two people trapped in...

8

Great

Burning Bright review

Sometimes, the simplest ideas make the best films. And the idea behind Burning Bright is one of the simplest I've seen in a long time – two people trapped in...

9

Excellent

The Road

Post-apocalyptic films seem to be all the rage in the last year or so. Off the top of my head, there’s been 9, The Age Of Stupid, 2012, as well...

8

Great

The Last House On The Left (Blu-ray)

The original version of The Last House On The Left was directed by horror maestro Wes Craven and released in 1972 when the controversy over what certificate it should be...

8

Great

The Last House On The Left

The original version of The Last House On The Left was directed by horror maestro Wes Craven and released in 1972 when the controversy over what certificate it should be...

10

Superb

No Country For Old Men (DVD)

There is always a danger in over-hyping a film. If every critical voice — from the nationals to, well, newish kids on the block like Screenjabber — declares a film...