Filth- The Review

Throughout watching Filth, yet another Irvine Welsh adaptation joining the likes of Trainspotting and Ecstasy, I had no time to react to what I was seeing. The film actually plays faster than your comprehension of the situation; from one breakneck scene to another your only reaction can just be to stare, jaw-dropped, at the barrage … Continue reading Filth- The Review

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Prisoners- The Review

The greatest strength of Prisoners, a new dark and suspenseful thriller by director Denis Villeneuve, is that it creates such a wonderfully harrowing atmosphere, a horribly engrossing sense of hopelessness that overwhelms the viewer. The chaos and destruction caused by a child abduction, and one father’s monstrous desperation to get his daughter back is deeply … Continue reading Prisoners- The Review