… is now up, with four – count them, four – reviews by Yours Truly. There’s well-played cosmological drama Dark Matter (review here), Russian historical epic Iron & Blood: The Legend of Taras Bulba (review here), Austrian WWII caper movie My Best Enemy (review here), and low-budget low-quality 1930s martial arts film Twin Daggers (review here).
Category Archives: videovista
This month’s VideoVista is now up, with my review of Fritz Lang twisty-turny thriller Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (see here) and French historical drama La veuve de Saint-Pierre (review here).
Your monthly DVD review quota
This month’s issue of VideoVista is now up, containing my reviews of quota quickie They Met In The Dark (review here), teenage Petula Clark star vehicle Don’t Ever Leave Me (review here) and the excellent wuxia western The Warrior’s Way (review here).
June’s VideoVista is now up…
… containing, among many excellent reviews, my reviews of brilliant Norwegian actioner pastiche Norwegian Ninja (review here), a true story based on the life of Norway’s very own quisling, Arne Treholt; terrible spoof country-house murder-mystery Dark and Stormy Night (review here), about which the less said the better; and low-budget fantasy film Journey to Promethea (review here), which is a possible candidate for the worst film ever made…
It’s that time of the month again – ie, the beginning – and VideoVista has my reviews of dull, arty thriller I Come With The Rain (review here), Italian-Romanian historial epic Barbarossa – Siege Lord (review here), and four-hour-long woefully amateur slideshow which claims to “prove” the existence of UFOs, Aliens From Outer Space (review here).
April’s VideoVista is now up, containing my reviews of turgid fantasy reworking of Moby Dick, Age of the Dragons (review here), clumsy dream-world thriller Ink (review here), and Irish people smuggling drama Trafficked (review here).
It’s all about movies…
This month’s VideoVista is now up, with my reviews of excellent Israeli thriller Ajami (review here), heavy-handed noir The Racket (review here), and sub-standard low-budget thriller Choose (review here).
Also up today is SF Signal’s Mind Meld: Movie Novelizations That Are Actually Good, in which I explain why I don’t think novelizations are a very good idea, and lots of other people actually address the topic.
My reviews of Abbas Kiarostami’s intruiging Certified Copy (see here) and excellent Oscar-winning Argentinean thriller The Secret In Their Eyes (see here) are now up on VideoVista.
Videovista for December
This month’s Videovista is now up, containing my reviews of Amy Johnson biopic They Flew Alone (review here), and clichéd drama set in the dark blue underbelly of the NYPD Brooklyn’s Finest (review here).
It’s VideoVista time again
November’s VideoVista is now up, with my reviews of fun Russian flying-car fantasy Black Lightning (review here), dumb Star Wars nerd road-trip movie Fanboys (review here), and Anthony Asquith thriller The Woman In Question (review here).