Udo Kier

8

Great

American Animals review

Bart Layton's foray into one of America's most bizarre heists yields a film that is tight-knit, tense, and packing a potent emotional punch, laced with tinges of black humor and bound to resonate with at least some of today's youth

6

Fair

Iron Sky review

If you have been conscious and on social media for the last few years, you have probably heard of Iron Sky. This Finnish sci-fi comedy began production back in 2006.

6

Fair

Melancholia review (Blu-ray)

The latest film from the enfant terrible of the European arthouse may be the most commercial work yet produced by this mercurial talent.

6

Fair

Melancholia review

The latest film from the enfant terrible of the European arthouse may be the most commercial work yet produced by this mercurial talent.

4

Poor

The Theatre Bizarre review

A co-production between France and cult movie distributor Severin Films in the US, The Theatre Bizarre is a blood-splattered horror anthology film that splices together six gory stories.

0

My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done review (DVD) ?½

"David Lynch presents a film by Werner Herzog" is the opening credit title for this movie so that should give you some indication that it's a decidedly offbeat effort to...

0

My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done review ?½

"David Lynch presents a film by Werner Herzog" is the opening credit title for this movie so that should give you some indication that it's a decidedly offbeat effort to...

7

Good

Mother of Tears (DVD)

It’s been a damn long time in coming, but Mother of Tears is the third part in Dario Argento’s Mother trilogy — the last one was the colourfully weird Inferno,...