• You Cannot Kill David Arquette Blu-ray Review

    Monday, November 23, 2020

    It’s hard not to draw comparisons with You Cannot Kill David Arquette and Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler – but does fact trump fiction?

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  • Unhinged Blu-ray Review

    Wednesday, November 18, 2020

    I’m sick of Hollywood churning out remakes and reboots of all our favourite films, so I approached Unhinged with a great deal of trepidation.

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  • Rebecca Review

    Friday, October 9, 2020

    I’ve never seen Hitchcock’s adaptation of Rebecca, but I am a fan of director Ben Wheatley’s work – so I was excited to see what he’d do with what a very un-Ben-Wheatley film.

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  • Eternal Beauty Review

    Monday, October 5, 2020

    It’s no surprise that Eternal Beauty, Craig Roberts’ follow-up to his directorial debut Just Jim, feels similar in tone and subtlety to his acting debut Submarine, if a little less comedic.

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  • Schemers Review

    Monday, September 28, 2020

    My first thought when pressing play on Schemers was, do I need subtitles for this?

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  • Koko-di Koko-da Blu-ray Review

    Wednesday, September 9, 2020

    I remember it well: it was mid-March, and the suggestion was this Coronavirus thing might actually be quite serious. If I’d known just how serious, I might have felt even more disoriented by Johannes Nyholm’s Koko-di Koko-da.

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  • The Hunt Review

    Thursday, March 12, 2020

    The Hunt is a new black comedy / horror from director Craig Zobel, based on ‘The Most Dangerous Game’ short story.

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  • The Invisible Man Review

    Friday, February 28, 2020

    The Invisible Man never seemed sinister to me as a character, probably because I saw films like Memoirs of an Invisible Man when I was little.

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  • Military Wives Review

    Tuesday, February 25, 2020

    I’m a huge fan of horror films, I love them. My shelves are stacked with classics like Nightmare on Elm Street and bizarre Japanese gore like Tokyo Gore Police. So when Military Wives was offered to me, I jumped at the chance.

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  • Greed Review

    Thursday, February 20, 2020

    I believe it was a certain Mr Gecko who once said, greed is good. Not in Michael Winterbottom’s new Steve Coogan film Greed.

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Nov
23

You Cannot Kill David Arquette Blu-ray Review

It’s hard not to draw comparisons with You Cannot Kill David Arquette and Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler – but does fact trump fiction?

Read More
Nov
18

Unhinged Blu-ray Review

I’m sick of Hollywood churning out remakes and reboots of all our favourite films, so I approached Unhinged with a great deal of trepidation.

Read More

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Oct
9

Rebecca Review

I’ve never seen Hitchcock’s adaptation of Rebecca, but I am a fan of director Ben Wheatley’s work – so I was excited to see what he’d do with what a very un-Ben-Wheatley film.

Read More
Oct
5

Eternal Beauty Review

It’s no surprise that Eternal Beauty, Craig Roberts’ follow-up to his directorial debut Just Jim, feels similar in tone and subtlety to his acting debut Submarine, if a little less comedic.

Read More
Sep
28

Schemers Review

My first thought when pressing play on Schemers was, do I need subtitles for this?

Read More
Mar
12

The Hunt Review

The Hunt is a new black comedy / horror from director Craig Zobel, based on ‘The Most Dangerous Game’ short story.

Read More
Feb
20

Greed Review

I believe it was a certain Mr Gecko who once said, greed is good. Not in Michael Winterbottom’s new Steve Coogan film Greed.

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Feb
14

Emma Review

As Brexit mires the UK ever further in the past, what this brave new world urgently needs is yet another adaptation of Jane Austen’s content-lacking novel, Emma.

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