Film Reviews, News & Competitions


Author Archive
DVD And Blu-ray

Hors Satan

One of the most interesting things about Hors Satan, or Outside Satan upon translation, is its trailer. The advert for Bruno Dumont’s film suggests to the audience that this will be a troubling and haunting experience aki...

Evil Dead II

In certain circles Raimi and Campbell are considered to be gods. With evidence like this, it's hard to disagree.



Controversy is hardwired into the DNA of cinema.


When Greek director Giorgos Lanthimos broke onto the international scene in 2009 with the surreal and visceral Dogtooth, many could be forgiven for thinking that that was a one time only movie.


Worst Oscar Decisions

Ahh, the Oscars. Without a shadow of a doubt, the biggest night in the entire film calendar. A night where a handful of dreams will be made and a hundred others are crushed.

Terrence Malick

When it premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2012 the audience booed and applauded in equal parts. This week, UK cinema-goers will get the chance to judge Terence Malick’s To The Wonder for themselves. However, as Greg Evan...


Films You Should See Part Three

So many films, so little time. Fortunately here at FilmJuice we have a pool of talented writers, prepared to spend the vast part of their days hunkered down in darkened cinemas so that you don’t have to.

Tarantino Unchained

In little over a week the new film from Quentin Tarantino, Django Unchained, winds its way into British cinemas. As critics and fans prepare to board that rollercoaster, Greg Evans takes a timely look at the Directors work and ...


2013: Ones To Watch 2

If memories of 2012’s most momentous movies are already starting to fade, never fear! Greg Evans is here to welcome in 2013 with the second part of his essential guide to films to watch out for in the coming year …

2013: Ones To Watch

If memories of 2012’s most momentous movies are already starting to fade, there’s still plenty to look forward to in 2013. Greg Evans picks up the mantle of The Ghost Of Christmas Yet To Come with some suggestions of films to l...