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  • Film Review – Sea Fever (2019)

    Film Review – Sea Fever (2019)

    Neasa Hardiman‘s eco-horror chiller Sea Fever is the directorial debut feature for Bafta wining writer/director, who brought us the likes of Marvel’s Jessica Jones and Inhumans. A gripping creature feature terrifyingly resonates with the battle humanity finds itself in with a certain pandemic. Starring Hermione Corfield as Siobhan , a marine biology student. When we…

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  • Film Review – Bacurau (2019)

    Film Review – Bacurau (2019)

    ‘Never judge a book by it’s cover’, it’s a saying you can use in many situations including describing films like Kleber Mendoca Filho and Juliano Dornelles‘ Bacurau. A film you may think you about,  but you really don’t. All about wealthy inequality, class struggle, dripping in blood-lust and Udo Kier! More and more we’re seeing…

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  • Film Review – Suicide Tourist (2019)

    Film Review – Suicide Tourist (2019)

    Suicide remains a very sensitive and controversial  topic, even more when it’s assisted  suicide. Religion plays a big part in many peoples lives and even the mere mention of the word can cause problems. In Jonas Alexander Arnby‘s  Suicide Tourist tip toes into assisted suicide as tourism! With quality of life diminishing for many people…

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  • Must See Films At 2020 Glasgow Film Festival

    Must See Films At 2020 Glasgow Film Festival

    This coming Wednesday 26th February , 2020 Glasgow Film Festival will open its doors. The 16th edition of the festival will take place across 12 days. We can expect World premieres, 10 European premieres, 102 UK premieres and 39 Scottish premieres. Over 380 movies  will be shown at this years festival which can be very…

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