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  • Film Review – The Cured (2018)

    Film Review – The Cured (2018)

    When it comes to zombie films, you could easily say they’ve done it all. In David Freyne‘s debut film, The Cured he comes up with an ingenious twist, a fresh take on a tired sub-genre…A cure! What if there was an worldwide epidemic that stole your loved ones, you would do anything to get them…

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  • Film Review – Mobile Homes (2017)

    Film Review – Mobile Homes (2017)

    Based on his 2013 award winning short film of the same name, Vladimir De Fonteney’s Mobile Homes. A film based on those lost in the cracks of the American Dream, the forgotten and the impoverished. Life is full of pitfalls, wrong turns, bad choices and regrets. Imogen Poots stars as a young mother trying to…

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  • Film Review – Beast (2018)

    Film Review – Beast (2018)

    He may not be on our Television screens anymore, the spirit of Jim Bergerac lives on in Beast. Michael Pearce’s brilliantly dark psycho-mystery loved on the festival circuit, sadly missed on its cinematic run, now available to own. Star-crossed lovers or star-crossed killers? The charming little island of Jersey been the setting for many Television…

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  • Film Review – Mary And The Witch’s Flower (2017)

    Film Review – Mary And The Witch’s Flower (2017)

    No one can deny Studio Ghibli has opened the eyes of the Western world to the magic of Japanese Animation (Anime). With Ghibli as we know it slowly rising from their hiatus, there’s going to be a lot of young pretenders for the crown. Studio Ponoc is one of those studios with Mary And The…

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  • Film Review – The Third Murder (2017)

    Film Review – The Third Murder (2017)

    When it comes to family-focused dramas, Hirokazu Kore-eda is one of the best directors, some go as far as calling him an ‘auteur’. his latest film, The Third Murder is a departure from his usual affair, dipping his toes into a crime drama. From fractured family life to noir-esque cerebral drama, that attempts to justify…

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  • Film Review – Sweet Country (2017)

    Film Review – Sweet Country (2017)

    Nine years after his impressive directorial feature debut Samson & Delilah, Warwick Thornton is behind the camera once again with Sweet Country. There is no ‘sweet country’ to be found in this one, an examination of the oppression and harsh realities of the indigenous people of Austrailia the Aboriginees. A dark slice of Australian history…

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  • Film Review – You Were Never Really Really Here (2018)

    Film Review – You Were Never Really Really Here (2018)

    When it comes to a new film from a genre which spits out ten a penny, it’s refreshing to see a filmmaker attempting to create something different. Lynne Ramsay‘s You Were Never Really Here (2018) is one of those films. A film that comes across as a love letter to 1970’s crime thrillers. Starring Joaquin…

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