• Accident

    Feb 16, 2015

    Weaving a tangled web, ‘Accident’ is actually elegant in its simplicity but by the film’s conclusion, whatever your thoughts are on the movie itself you are likely to be more cautious of crossing the road or getting out of a car.

  • Breathless

    Feb 26, 2015

    The film carries on down a winding road of raised fists and black eyes but maintains a battered humanity as well.

  • Daimajin

    Mar 4, 2015

    A Japanese monster movie with a samurai twist, ‘Daimajin’ from 1966 is a slowburn film that is part period drama and part giant stone man Kaiju extravaganza.

  • Fatal Love

    Mar 11, 2015

    Little bursts of bone jarring violence, especially the bloody conclusion, help raise the stakes to remind you that you’re not watching ‘Pretty Woman’.

  • Gorgo

    Mar 21, 2015

    I walked into it expecting ‘Godzilla’ given a British spin on a Dr Who episode budget, instead it is a great, colourful thriller of a bygone age.

  • Hong Kong Godfather

    Mar 25, 2015

    This film’s strength lies in its joy in beating you over the head with excessive 80s bloodshed and cheese.

  • Mothra Vs. Godzilla

    Apr 30, 2015

    It has a slight campy nature but has the message of the earlier films along with their high technical values and cinematography.

  • Once Upon A Time In Triad Society

    May 7, 2015

    ‘Once Upon A Time In Triad Society’ is a great little movie, purely down to Francis Ng in what must be one of his greatest roles.

  • Paul Taggart’s Top Ten Of 2009

    Jan 31, 2010

    Paul Taggart provides his list of top ten movies watched throughout 2009.

  • Score

    May 21, 2015

    Not that I am expecting high art from what is a low budget Japanese action film but this film really is awful.

  • The Blue Jean Monster

    Feb 25, 2015

    ‘The Blue Jean Monster’ has a little soul and pathos lurking at the heart of its rampant Hong Kong chaos.

  • The Flower And The Angry Waves

    Mar 14, 2015

    ‘The Flower And The Angry Waves’ is a great little film, as worthy of attention as any of Suzuki’s later films or indeed of any fellow period films.