movieScope film critic Anton Bitel provides his top five films, best performances and biggest disappointment in 2012…
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Insidious 2 proves ‘ far bolder and more ingenious than your average sequel,’ says Anton Bitel
Its ‘disorienting, dreamlike quality is one of the key pleasures (and frustrations) of Upstream Colour,’ says Anton Bitel
‘Full of black humour,’ You’re Next is ‘deep-piercing social satire,’ says Anton Bitel
Anton Bitel talks to uwantme2killhim? director Andrew Douglas about independence, expression and adolescent angst…
The Fallow Field is ‘a genuine high point for ultra-low budget British horror’ says Anton Bitel
Excision writer/director Richard Bates Jr. is the exciting new face of disturbing, demented psychodrama, writes Anton Bitel.
Miguel Gomes’ Tabu is a tricksy modernist melodrama about Portugal’s present, rooted in the past, writes Anton Bitel.
In this new film by Pete Travis, Dredd remains both a cypher and a mystery, divorced from any backstory or dramatic arc, writes Anton Bitel
A degree of repetition was ensured at this year’s Frightfest by the sheer number of generically limited films on offer, with the poverty of some inevitably highlighted by the relative superiority of others, writes Anton Bitel.