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Edinburgh International Film Festival 2011: Closing Thoughts

My closing thoughts on the EIFF 2011, including my picks of the best and worst the festival had to offer. Read More »

EIFF 2011 Movie Review: Stormhouse

Fails to deliver on its intriguing premise. Read More »

EIFF 2011 Movie Review: Ghosted

Unfortunately the film does little, if anything, to break out from the mould and becomes "just another prison drama." Read More »

EIFF 2011 Movie Review: Page Eight

Mixing true-to-life and often black humour with a skillfully crafted feeling of quiet suspense. Read More »

EIFF 2011 Movie Review: Perfect Sense

Manages very skilfully to convey a simultaneous sense of both hopefulness and hopelessness. Read More »

EIFF 2011 Movie Review: Bleak Night

Has a lot to offer in the way of emotionality and quiet power. Read More »

EIFF 2011 Movie Review: Weekender

Half the time Weekender is plain irritating, but writer Chris Coghill hits some great emotional beats. Read More »

EIFF 2011 Movie Review: Jitters

The fact that the film has very solid performances from the young cast helps you to overlook its evident shortcomings. Read More »

EIFF 2011 Movie Review: Troll Hunter

Takes what is now a conventional style of found-footage filmmaking and puts a unique stamp on it. Read More »

EIFF 2011 Movie Review: The Caller

This is about as preposterous and nonsensical as supernatural horror/thrillers come. Read More »