It’s a movie that utilizes and plays with the possibilities and conventions of cinema, that challenges your preconceived notions, that actually changes you, changes your brain, like a great piece of literature. READ MORE
The Edge of Darkness is Mel’s first film in seven years, they announce like they’re not ashamed, and they’ve brought him out of cryonic storage to punch and pistol-whip sissies in the name of family values. READ MORE
With its excellent direction, performances, editing, cinematography, sound design, and dark sense of humor, this is a stunning film. I sort of miss it now that’s it’s gone, but just not enough. READ MORE
In this world of dirty crime and pathological masculinity—where people have names like Old Man Peanut and instead of opening windows smash through them with their fists—the worst offence imaginable is cuckoldry. READ MORE
It is 1969. And that’s important. Man is landing on the moon but in upstate New York the El Monico, an ‘International Casino and Bar Mitzvah Center’—in reality a crumbling toilet—is in danger. READ MORE
Garth Twa is the award-winning writer and director of 'Pieces of Dolores' and 'Birds Die'. He has also written episodes of 'The Wright Verdicts', a programme from the makers of 24 and CSI, and is the author of the acclaimed book 'Durable Beauty'.