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  • Film Review – Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022)

    Film Review – Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022)

    Like any film I always give it a chance before giving judgement. A24 Films has been a distributor that’s given us many reliable releases. Here in the UK this film was released by Sony Pictures Releasing. Sadly the film lacking more unoriginality and scare factor you expect from horror films. The film stars Amandla Stenberg…

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  • Film Review – Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022)

    Film Review – Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022)

    2020 when Chadwick Boseman died at the young age of 43 to Colon Cancer. It took everyone by shock when he was finally at the top of his game, as T’Challa and of course Black Panther. Everyone knows life is cruel everything can change drastically, was the franchise ending when it just got started? Can…

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  • Film Review – Living (2022)

    Film Review – Living (2022)

    When it comes to Akira Kurosawa films. He will always be remembered for the likes of samurai focused films like Rashomon (1950), Seven Samurai (1954), Throne Of Blood (1957) , The Hidden Fortress (1958) that inspired George Lucas to create Star Wars. Beyond the armour and swords, the Japanese film auteur created a little gem…

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  • Film Review – Watcher (2022)

    Film Review – Watcher (2022)

    In 1954 Alfred Hitchcock opened the door to voyeurism in film with Rear Window. You could argue Voyeuristic films have been around well before the classic Hitchcock film, you would be correct. Watching strangers from windows would become a popular pastime in the thriller and horror genres. Now Chloe Okuno’s Watcher wants you to ‘Watch’…

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  • Film Review – Hunt(헌트, 2022)

    Film Review – Hunt(헌트, 2022)

    Over the years Korean cinema has shown it’s expertise in social and noir dramas. It also knows how to take thrillers to another level like in espionage thriller Hunt. The Hollywood machine might be more interested superhero films, the Koreans showcase their expertise in thrillers that are action packed and frenetic. The film marks directorial…

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  • Film Review – Call Jane (2022)

    Film Review – Call Jane (2022)

    Phyillis Nagy has made a name for herself as screen writer notably Todd Haynes Carol, now making her directorial feature debut with Call Jane. The story of the power and the right choose for women in 1960’s USA. It’s terrifying to think that a film set 60 plus years is slowly resonate with what’s happening…

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  • Best Korean Noir Movies

    Best Korean Noir Movies

    Park Chan-Wook’s Decision To Leave is currently in UK and Irish cinemas, and on MUBI from 12th December. I decided to have a look at some of the best noir films South Korea have released over the years. Chan-Wook’s film is inspired by Film Noir hence this list and as for ever this is only…

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  • Film Review – Barbarian (2022)

    Film Review – Barbarian (2022)

    Never take anything for granted be it in life or even judge a book by it’s cover. Same could be said about Zach Cregger’s absolute bonkers Barbarian. Genre film is like the comfort blanket of film. You have an idea in what you’ll be getting, you’ll enjoy it regardless if it’s any good. Horror is…

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  • Film Review: The Banshees Of Inisherin (2022)

    Film Review: The Banshees Of Inisherin (2022)

    Humanity seems to find humour in grief and tragedy like in Martin McDonagh’s pitch black delight, The Banshees Of Inisherin. The Irish filmmaker reunites with his dynamic duo Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. The three worked together back in 2008 in the equally dark In Bruges. This time not hit men keeping a low profile…

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