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Theatrical Releases: ‘The Way Back’

Inspired by a true story of almost unbelievable magnitude, The Way Back (2010) marks Peter Weir’s return cinema after a seven year hiatus following his 2003’s historical romp, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the […]

DVD Review: ‘True Justice: Deadly Crossing’

★☆☆☆☆ Well, first let me explain that True Justice: Deadly Crossing (2010) is not a ‘movie’ in any traditional sense of the term, more the left over footage from a failed television show created by action […]

DVD Review: ‘Piranha 3D’

★★★☆☆ Following the honest carnage and thrills of Switchblade Romance (2003) and the enjoyably nasty but thematically over-explicit remake of The Hills Have Eyes (2006) (much lacking the relative subtlety of the original), Alexandre Aja – […]

DVD Releases: ‘The Last Exorcism’

Over the past few years, hand-held horror movies seem to have become a fairly frequent occurrence, often achieving varying degrees of success. On one hand we’ve seen such superb and wonderfully terrifying examples as Rec (2008) […]

DVD Releases: ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’

As the director of Channel 4’s cult comedy Spaced, Edgar Wright put a surreal, hyperactive slant on the story of a bunch of twenty-something slackers. Then, with Shaun of the Dead (2004), he showed that he could […]

Special Feature: The Best Films of 2010

The New Year is nearly upon us, so to celebrate the timely end of 2010 (and another decade) CineVue’s editorial team have provided a near-definitive rundown of their own personal Top Five films of the year, as […]

My French Film Official Trailer Released

My French Film have just released the first posters and trailer for their upcoming online film festival, which is due to take place between the 14th to 29th January 2011. Blending humour with some endearing self-deprecation, the ads […]

Special Feature: What is your film of 2010?

On Tuesday (21st December 2010) we’ll be presenting our rundown of the best films released over the last 12 months according to some of our top writers. In the meantime, we’d like to know which film […]

Barbican Film: ‘Kagemusha’

Kagemusha (1980) is an exemplary piece of film that stands out as a testament to the extraordinary career of the late great Japanese director Akira Kurosawa. As a young man Kurosawa was keenly involved with the […]

Theatrical Releases: ‘Catfish’

Catfish (2010) is unlike anything I’ve ever seen; even defining its genre proves problematic. I’d like to settle on docu-thriller, but its ever-changing tone means you don’t really know what you’re watching until the film’s conclusion. The problem […]