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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 – 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 – 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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    Ever since the Lord of the Rings trilogy and Harry Potter franchise, there’s been one thing that drives me really crazy the number of people who see a picture of Gandalf played by Sir Ian Mckellan and think he’s the actor who played Professor Dumbledore in Harry Potter movies, WRONG! WRONG! WRONG! The actor to…

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  • Local Cinemas – Support Them!

    Local Cinemas – Support Them!

    I’m still currently working on rate my cinema and I was getting info on all the cinema chains (small and large) in the UK and some Irish) and getting customer service info etc, and when I was looking through the small cinema chains, I was just so jealous why? I live in a town which…

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  • Blu-Ray Review – Don Jon (2014)

    Blu-Ray Review – Don Jon (2014)

    The world was a completely different place before the birth of the internet, it’s now smaller place and how we think as well, the way see each other too has drastically changed. Once the favourite ‘passtime‘ of dirty old men in rain macs pornography has went from the seedy back street cinemas to your own…

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  • DVD Review – The Hunger Games

    DVD Review – The Hunger Games

    Last Year and this year seems to be the year a lot of long running popular  book to film franchises are about to or ended: Harry Potter, those pesky emo teen vampires Twilight Saga and the Dark Knight (yes its a comic book). They all have one thing in common they are franchises created for…

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  • Film Review – Skyline

    Film Review – Skyline

    When I was originally writing this late review Harry Potter was just opening and I knew I had no chance of catching Harry and Co as it was a weekend and after the 2 previous disasters standing in a queue only to be told movies full I took no chance. So 2 weeks no movies…

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  • Film Review -44 Inch Chest

    Film Review -44 Inch Chest

    At last, I finally get round to doing a review! Well, it was my new year’s resolution to do a review for every movie I see this year and it’s a good start. Thanks to SeeFilmFirst snatched myself a freebie to see 44 Inch Chest it was going to be a double bill header with…

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  • Film Review – The Expendables

    Film Review – The Expendables

    “Take me down to Paradise City where the grass is green and the girls are pretty Please won’t you take me home!!!” Thats the words that seem to spin around my head when it comes to THE EXPENDABLES and of course the sight of some the 1980’s big hitters in the action movie genre all…

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