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  • Film Review – First Man (2018)

    Film Review – First Man (2018)

    When it comes to historical moments in our history, we seem to talk more about that event than the people involved in it. In First Man, the focus does shift to them, Neil Armstrong the first man to walk on the moon. A story that’s not so much that one small step for man he…

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  • Film Review – A Star Is Born (2018)

    Film Review – A Star Is Born (2018)

    Every generation ‘stars are born’ or in the words of Jackson Maine  ‘Talent Is  Everywhere’, he would be correct. Last October, Bradley Cooper had a lot to say when he made his directorial feature debut, A Star Is Born, when it was released in the cinema, now you can own it. When the film was…

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  • Film Review – It Comes At Night (2017)

    Film Review – It Comes At Night (2017)

    The end of the world will be no laughing matter, whatever causes it. The fear of what waits for you after an apocalyptic event especially what caused it is invisible. In Trey Edward Shult‘s It Comes At Night (2017) it seems the cataclysmic event was a plague. This film is more interested in the heightened tension ,…

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  • Film Review – Alien Covenant (2017)

    Film Review – Alien Covenant (2017)

    40 years ago in 1979, Ridley Scott directed Alien, a claustrophobic masterpiece that merged sci-fi with the horror which no one could hear you scream. Seven years later James Cameron gave us the near perfect sequel, Aliens (1986). It showed how adaptable the original film idea could be, now blending sci-fi with action thriller. Both…

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  • Film Review – A Simple Favour (2018)

    Film Review – A Simple Favour (2018)

    When it was announced that Paul Feig, a filmmaker renowned for comedies was making a ‘serious film’, it raised a few eyebrows. Could the director who made Bridesmaids bring us something delightfully dark, twisted? The answer is…Yes, its called A Simple Favour! When any director steps out of their comfort zone, curiosity always kills the…

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  • Film Review – Aquaman (2018)

    Film Review – Aquaman (2018)

    With Marvel Entertainment dominating the superhero subgenre, DC had to do something to make sure their rivals didn’t get it all their way. Having two of the most iconic characters in the genre in Batman and Superman you wonder why they haven’t got close to them. It’s been a long time since Richard Donner‘s Superman and Christopher Nolan‘s Dark Knight Films. Ironically one of them…

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