Vincent Regan

City of Tiny Lights review

This attempted throwback to the days of classic noir falls disappointingly flat, trading in suspense and mystery for cliches and predictability

The London Firm review (DVD)

The English ‘gangster’ film genre is one that has thrived in the past 20 years despite, although mostly at the lower budget end of the British film industry.

Top Dog review (DVD)

Adapted from a “cult novel” by Green Street writer Brimson and directed by Kemp of Spandau Ballet fame, Top Dog tells the story of Billy Evans (Gregory), head of the...

Vendetta review

More than a few cheeky pints will be poured this Christmas when Dyer hits the small screen on Albert Square, but before then it’s bloody revenge he’ll be serving on...

St George's Day review

Not only does St George's Day have a premise that will make any London gangster movie fan sit up, the cast is crammed full of great actors to really make...

Lockout review (Blu-ray)

Many films with a credit for Luc Besson have been sheer brain poison over the past few years and almost register on the "shit film" scale – up there with...

Lockout review

Sneaking into cinemas without the fanfare that it rightly deserves is Lockout. Now, many films with a credit for Luc Besson have been sheer brain poison over the last few...

The Holding review (DVD)

Single mother Cassie (Wearing) is trying to stay afloat running a loss making farm holding while also raising two daughters alone.

The Holding review

Single mother Cassie (Wearing) is trying to stay afloat running a loss making farm holding while also raising two daughters alone.