Aidan Gillen

Shadow Dancer review

Journalist Bradby’s 1998 debut novel gets the big screen treatment in Marsh’s Shadow Dancer. Set in the months prior to the 1994 ceasefire, this British thriller is rooted within an...

Treacle Jr review

This is the third film from British writer-director Thraves. I loathed his first effort The Low Down (2000) and his second The Cry of the Owl (2009) passed me by,...

Wake Wood review (DVD)

Languishing on a shelf since 2008, Wake Wood was the first picture produced under the banner of a revived Hammer Film Productions – that affectionately-remembered staple of British horror.

Wake Wood review

Languishing on a shelf since 2008, Wake Wood was the first picture produced under the banner of a revived Hammer Film Productions – that affectionately-remembered staple of British horror.

Identity review (DVD)

Writer Ed Whitmore, creator of Identity, has left his mark on our screens with the hugely successful Silent Witness and Waking the Dead, so how could such an obviously talented...

12 Rounds (DVD)

International terrorist Miles Jackson (Gillen) is on the verge of pulling off an arms deal double-cross/diamond heist when, due to the intervention of New Orleans cop Danny Fisher (Cena), his...

12 Rounds

International terrorist Miles Jackson (Gillen) is on the verge of pulling off an arms deal double-cross/diamond heist when, due to the intervention of New Orleans cop Danny Fisher (Cena), his...