• Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

    Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes Review

    Wednesday, July 16, 2014

    While Fox may be fast running out of plausible names for their damn, dirty ape franchise, Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes at least proves they’re not running short on ground-breaking special effects.

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  • Exodus: Gods And Kings Official Trailer

    Friday, July 11, 2014

    Moses has had a Christian Bale shaped makeover in Ridley Scott’s epic looking Exodus: Gods And Kings; Joel Edgerton’s emasculating makeover isn’t nearly as flattering though.

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  • Boyhood

    Boyhood Review

    Wednesday, July 9, 2014

    As they say, kids sure do grow up fast. And that’s most certainly the case in Richard Linklater’s new film Boyhood.

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  • Moon Indigo Official Trailer

    Sunday, July 6, 2014

    Moon Indigo is the new film from the eternally sunny mind of maverick french auteur Michel Gondry, and I’ve already fallen a little in love with it.

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  • How To Train Your Dragon 2

    How To Train Your Dragon 2 Review

    Wednesday, July 2, 2014

    DreamWorks’ How To Train Your Dragon 2 was some four years in the making. So whilst the cute dragons and fantastic animated flight sequences remain, it’s that little bit more grown up – just like its original audience.

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  • Cold In July

    Cold In July Review

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

    Cold in July is a sort of late eighties Texas noir, mounted upon a gentle picture-framer and family man played by Michael C Hall.

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  • Chef

    Chef Review

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

    At first taste, Jon Favreau’s new film Chef is a comical romp about a top culinary dog who loses his direction and dignity all at once, before forcing himself to start again from the bottom. But it’s not.

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  • The Time Being

    The Time Being Review

    Wednesday, June 18, 2014

    Whenever I review a movie, I try to avoid any background knowledge of the film itself. So it was with no little regret that I stumbled across some negative word of e-mouth about The Time Being.

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  • Chinese Puzzle

    Chinese Puzzle Review

    Sunday, June 15, 2014

    It’s official: I’ve a bad track record when it comes to sequels. And I don’t seemed to have learnt much, as I watched part three of Cédric Klapisch’s Spanish Apartment trilogy, Chinese Puzzle, having failed to see the first two films.

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  • Oculus

    Oculus Review

    Tuesday, June 10, 2014

    The horror genre has gone through many phases over the years, and its latest addition Oculus doesn’t exactly dabble with the formula – but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

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Culture

Secret Theatre
Nov
11

Secret Theatre Review

Richard Crawford brings his Secret Theatre experience to London this month, with this British spin on the infamous Quentin Tarantino film Reservoir Dogs.

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The Pride
Aug
18

The Pride Review

!950′s London, flamboyantly attired Nazi’s, political stands and the universal language of true love, it’s all here in writer Alexi Kaye Campbell’s The Pride.

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John-Simm-(Gibbs)-&-Simon-R
Jun
17

The Hothouse Review

What happens when fantasy becomes reality? I may not be best placed to answer that one these days, but Harold Pinter’s The Hothouse might just have all the answers.

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Limbo at London Wonderground
May
24

LIMBO Review

From those creative minds behind Cantina comes LIMBO, a devilish new show that may just leave you with a new favourite Holliday.

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featured

Boyhood
Jul
9

Boyhood Review

As they say, kids sure do grow up fast. And that’s most certainly the case in Richard Linklater’s new film Boyhood.

Read More
Cold In July
Jun
25

Cold In July Review

Cold in July is a sort of late eighties Texas noir, mounted upon a gentle picture-framer and family man played by Michael C Hall.

Read More
Chef
Jun
25

Chef Review

At first taste, Jon Favreau’s new film Chef is a comical romp about a top culinary dog who loses his direction and dignity all at once, before forcing himself to start again from the bottom. But it’s not.

Read More
Chinese Puzzle
Jun
15

Chinese Puzzle Review

It’s official: I’ve a bad track record when it comes to sequels. And I don’t seemed to have learnt much, as I watched part three of Cédric Klapisch’s Spanish Apartment trilogy, Chinese Puzzle, having failed to see the first two films.

Read More
Oculus
Jun
10

Oculus Review

The horror genre has gone through many phases over the years, and its latest addition Oculus doesn’t exactly dabble with the formula – but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

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Edge Of Tomorrow
May
29

Edge Of Tomorrow Review

Tom Cruise is Hollywood’s Duracell bunny who just keeps going and going and going, and he’s bounced back for more futuristic sci-fi action in Edge Of Tomorrow.

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