DIRTY GOD remains an impressive debut not only for lead Vicky Knight but also as Sacha Polak’s first English-language feature. Murray Ferguson reviews.
Peter Howson sends us on a ‘fast-track to Hell’ in a fascinating look at the creation of his tragically alluring work, the titular PROPHECY. Murray Ferguson reviews
MAGICAL NIGHTS is a cheeky, dark peek behind the curtain into a world of delusional fantasy. Murray Ferguson reviews from the Italian Film Festival.
EUPHORIA is an affecting film that effectively balances human drama with jovial debauchery. Murray Ferguson reviews as part of the Italian Film Festival.
Focusing the aftermath of General Franco’s reign onto the plight of one family seeking justice, Jorge Laplace’s 23 SHOTS (23 DISPAROS) is a curious yet frustrating endeavour. Murray Ferguson reviews.
Murray Ferguson reviews Adrian Panek’s Polish survival thriller WEREWOLF, part of Dundee Contemporary Arts’ DUNDEAD horror festival.
Zac Efron successfully overcomes his Disney roots to portray notorious serial killer Ted Bundy in this intriguing yet misguided biopic from director Joe Berlinger. Murray Ferguson reviews at Dundead 2019.
WHO IS BARBARA VIRGINIA? aims to rediscover the life and work of the first Portuguese female director to make a feature film with sound. Murray Ferguson reviews for IberoDocs 2019.
The small moments of intimacy alone make SATURDAY CHURCH a worthwhile watch. Murray Ferguson reviews at Discovery Film Festival.
ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE gives the zombie film a surprisingly efficient twist with enormous fun. Murray Ferguson reviews at Discovery Film Festival.