Here's another of those films that was savaged by a lot of critics when it opened in the US. And once again, I don't understand their problem.
Once upon a time, tales of princes, pirates, witches and unicorns used to captivate us. Sadly, those days departed with our childhood; however, thanks to Stardust, you too can recapture...
Director Gavin Hood's last film, Tsotsi, was an, er, unusual choice for the Best Foreign Film Oscar.
I was sitting for about half an hour trying to think of something to write about this film, and despite rave reviews and its so-called inspiration, I’m afraid words are...
Comparisons to Ridley Scott’s Gladiator are inevitable for any modern sword-and-sandals epic, with only the recent 300 proving it could stand up to a grizzly Russell Crowe (commercially at least),...
There was a time when the name David Cronenberg was synonymous with low-budget Canadian horror schlock that resorted to hiring an ex porn actress for marquee value.
The best new films from around the world!--break--What films are the Screenjabber team most looking foward to at this year's Festival? Read on to find out.Neil Davey :: Blimey.
When a heroine is seen in the early reels of a horror movie wearing a white vest top, the chances are high that it won’t be pristine come the gripping finale.
Here's a man who's not just a numberThe cult 1960s British TV series The Prisoner is back, digitally remastered and re-released on DVD for its 40th anniversary.
The exquisite Bridge to Terabithia is a surprising film for many reasons. It features two juvenile leads who are bearable.