Calvary Review

A good-natured priest in an Irish town, Father James, played by the consistently wonderful Brendon Gleason, sits quietly while a voice in the confessional states that he will shoot and kill him on Sunday next. Father James will pay for another priests’ abuse because the perpetrator has long since died. And so begins Father James’ search…

Under The Skin Review

Under The Skin is one of those films that just won’t be for everyone. The Art House crowd will likely find some beautiful cinematography, be fascinated by the unsettling and unique imagery, and not be put off by the sparse dialogue. The general movie-going masses will surely be somewhat confused or at least bored with…

The Rover Review

I dig these little indie films in the summer. They are bright spot of film-making in the sea of Hollywood’s, in-your-face block-buster season. It’s good to not always be smashed in the face with explosions, or 80 % CGI something or other for a change. Good to have other options, that’s all I’m saying. And…