❉ Nick Clement reviews Estonian filmmaker Mart Sander’s latest novel.
❉ This cold-war era piece of entertainment holds up 40 years after it was first released, writes Nick Clement.
❉ Packed with top-flight extras, Shout! have delivered an all-in restoration which leaves nothing to be desired.
❉ This marvellous 4K presentation from Shout! is the ultimate way to experience this gorgeous looking piece of filmmaking.
❉ Nick Clement gives his verdict on this year’s most provocative and challenging motion picture.
❉ “This is a movie that loves being a movie and loves that YOU love that it’s a movie”, writes Nick Clement.
❉ The conclusion of Kevin Smith’s trilogy hinges on notions of regret and loss, life and friendship, blending sentiment with sarcasm.
❉ An appreciation of a stunning piece of action that displays the genius of director Ridley Scott, by We Are Cult’s Nick Clement.
❉ Canadian filmmaker Ross Munro displays a nimble directorial hand, writes Nick Clement.
❉ Estonian filmmaker Mart Sander’s polished, playful new film veers between black comedy and sinister menace writes Nick Clement.