• Border Blu-ray Review

    Monday, July 15, 2019

    Feeling different from the rest of society isn’t something I find hard to relate to, although I’m hoping it’s not because I resemble a troll. Having watched Border, maybe I’m not the one who gets to make that decision.

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  • The Dead Don’t Die Review

    Friday, July 12, 2019

    A bunch of braindead, mindless zombies hellbent on bringing about the end of the world and feasting on the remains. No, I’m not talking about the tory party and their swivel eyed brexiteer loons, but Jim Jarmusch’s new film The Dead Don’t Die.

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  • Fighting With My Family Blu-ray Review

    Monday, July 1, 2019

    Based on the Max Fisher documentary of the same name, Stephen Merchant’s new film Fighting with My Family balances the larger-than-life feel of LA with the comparatively down-to-earth environs of Norwich.

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  • Support The Girls Review

    Friday, June 28, 2019

    What do you do with a right pair of tits? If you’re a tory, you’ll make one of them your country’s new Prime Minister. If you’re a woman, you’ll find a way to support them – as we sort of find out in Andrew Bujalski’s new film Support the Girls

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  • Yesterday Review

    Wednesday, June 26, 2019

    Yesterday unites two masters of their crafts – Danny Boyle’s directing and Richard Curtis’ writing – with a Beatles soundtrack. Imagine that.

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  • The Flood Review

    Friday, June 21, 2019

    Released during World Refugee Week, Anthony Woodley’s The Flood looks at the plight of refugees in our current political climate.

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  • Thunder Road Review

    Thursday, May 30, 2019

    Jim Cummings’ low budget black comedy Thunder Road opens, as is customary with most of the films I watch these days, at a funeral.

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  • Godzilla: King of Monsters Review

    Wednesday, May 29, 2019

    It seems like everything has a cinematic universe these days, and Warner Bros third entry in their ‘Monsterverse’ is Godzilla: King of Monsters.

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  • Destroyer Blu-ray Review

    Monday, May 27, 2019

    I’m a little sceptical when Hollywood pin ups don some unflattering makeup and expect to be critically lauded for this. But Nicole Kidman is unrecognisable as a dishevelled detective in new thriller Destroyer.

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  • Beautiful Boy Blu-ray Review

    Monday, May 20, 2019

    When it comes to movies based on true-life drug abuse, there’s a fine line between sickly-schmaltzy and crushingly gritty. As is the case with Beautiful Boy

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Jul
15

Border Blu-ray Review

Feeling different from the rest of society isn’t something I find hard to relate to, although I’m hoping it’s not because I resemble a troll. Having watched Border, maybe I’m not the one who gets to make that decision.

Read More
Jul
12

The Dead Don’t Die Review

A bunch of braindead, mindless zombies hellbent on bringing about the end of the world and feasting on the remains. No, I’m not talking about the tory party and their swivel eyed brexiteer loons, but Jim Jarmusch’s new film The Dead Don’t Die.

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Jul
1

Fighting With My Family Blu-ray Review

Based on the Max Fisher documentary of the same name, Stephen Merchant’s new film Fighting with My Family balances the larger-than-life feel of LA with the comparatively down-to-earth environs of Norwich.

Read More
Jun
28

Support The Girls Review

What do you do with a right pair of tits? If you’re a tory, you’ll make one of them your country’s new Prime Minister. If you’re a woman, you’ll find a way to support them – as we sort of find out in Andrew Bujalski’s new film Support the Girls

Read More
Jun
26

Yesterday Review

Yesterday unites two masters of their crafts – Danny Boyle’s directing and Richard Curtis’ writing – with a Beatles soundtrack. Imagine that.

Read More
Jun
21

The Flood Review

Released during World Refugee Week, Anthony Woodley’s The Flood looks at the plight of refugees in our current political climate.

Read More
May
30

Thunder Road Review

Jim Cummings’ low budget black comedy Thunder Road opens, as is customary with most of the films I watch these days, at a funeral.

Read More
May
29

Godzilla: King of Monsters Review

It seems like everything has a cinematic universe these days, and Warner Bros third entry in their ‘Monsterverse’ is Godzilla: King of Monsters.

Read More

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