Author: Glenn Cochrane

Downhill – review

There are many American movies, unbeknownst to their general audience, that are in fact remakes of lesser-known foreign-language films. Recent well-received titles like Midnight Sun (2018), Cold Pursuit (2019) and The...

Dark Waters – review

Most adults over the age of 40 will remember the moment when Teflon became the new asbestos. It was a common household product, which most famously coated frying pans and other kitchen cooking items, and was discovered to be...

Guns Akimbo – review

New Zealand director Jason Lei Howden’s sophomore film is a highly stylised, ultra-violent and inspired shoot-em-up that gleefully melds movies like Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and Nerve. Having summoned the Devil in his...

The Call of the Wild – review

John Steinbeck, Ernest Hemingway and Mark Twain are names amongst those considered to be the greats of American literature, and all are indeed great. However, another name that comes to mind when discussing American fiction is...

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