Ash Isaac examines Jason Bateman’s latest release, Identity Thief, and wonders if he’ll ever hit the heights of Arrested Development again.
Ash Isaac reviews Dragonball: Evolution, a film that achieves the impossible and makes The Last Airbender look like Citizen Kane.
Ash Isaac’s eccentric and offbeat look at The Dark Knight exposes Batman and the Joker as two sides of the same coin, desperate for psychological help.
Ash Isaac’s movie amalgamations focuses on classic psychological thriller and only “horror” to win Best Picture at the Oscars: The Silence of the Lambs.
Ash Isaac reviews RoboCop, a sci-fi thriller which could almost lay claim to coining the term ‘ultraviolent’.
Ash Isaac looks back at cult bodybuilding voyage, Pumping Iron, capturing every twitch, bead of sweat, grimace and facial contortion of the men.
Ash Isaac reviews surprise Oscar nomination tour de force, Silver Linings Playbook.
Ash Isaac looks back at X-Men Origins: Wolverine and asks, worthy component of the superhero canon, or cinematic misfire?
Ash Isaac looks back at Constantine, a film in which the title character is a bit like a badass Derek Acorah, except that he actually does see ghosts.
Ash Isaac reviews the epic, complex, bewildering and utterly obsessive film adaptation Dune.