Blu-ray Review: ‘Don’t Look Now’

★★★★☆ Director Nicholas Roeg’s film adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier’s short story, Don’t Look Now (1973) is recognisable for its use of recurring themes and a Hitchcockian style of editing. The combination of foreboding subject matter and editorial jump-cut’s give the film a continuous sense of jarring and displacement – Continue Reading

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DVD Review: ‘Donor Unknown’

★★★☆☆ Donor Unknown (2010) charts the seemingly unique story of 20-year-old JoEllen Marsh and her burning curiosity to know more about her anonymous donor father. After discovering an online registry which connects donor-conceived children, she manages to track down a half-sister in New York and a further 12 half-siblings from across Continue Reading