Mean Creek

Mean Creek

You might think you’ve seen enough mid-American teenage murder tales to last you several lifetimes, but Mean Creek promises to be something a little different. Mark Sells thinks it’s well worth a look

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Falcons (Falkar)

Falcons (Falkar)

Iceland has produced a number of cinematic gems in recent years, even though few of them ever manage to achieve mainstream success abroad. Graeme Cole reviews the latest Icelandic indie from Fridrik Thor Fridriksson

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An Interview with Minh Nguyen-Vo

The Vietnamese director Minh Nguyen-Vo may have started out as a physics teacher, but his low-budget film Buffalo Boy is currently making waves on the festival circuit and looks set to make his name as a serious filmmaker. Interview by KJ Doughton

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Django, Kill!

Django, Kill!

Argent Films continues its re-release of the "original" spaghetti westerns with Django Kill, a classic wild west mix of spit, grit and exploding squibs. It might not be Unforgiven, but Edward Lamberti still finds much to enjoy

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Constantine

In Hollywood’s latest adaptation of a cult comic book, Keanu Reeves stars as the chain-smoking, devil-busting John Constantine, doomed to save the world or be condemned to damnation. Deryck Swan is less than impressed

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