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  • Film Review – Escape From Pretoria (2020)

    Film Review – Escape From Pretoria (2020)

    After 20 plus years playing the boy wizard, Daniel Radcliffe has done his best to make sure when Hogwarts door closed for him he wouldn’t be forgotten. Same could be said about Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson with Twilight Saga. One could argue about the qaulity of those films, which we’ll leave you to decide.…

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  • Films that twist Or Change The Plot at The End

    Films that twist Or Change The Plot at The End

    This week’s list ties in with the other new release Fall. In this film, near the end there is a twist which we won’t spoil . It does change things for our protagonist. Below is a list of films that the last scene changes their plot changes or has an unexpected twist. As like every…

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  • Film Review – Fall (2022)

    Film Review – Fall (2022)

    Would you dangle from a rusty 2000 foot tower to pose for a selfie? Like majority of us the answer will be know unless you’re an adrenalin junkie. Like the two girls in Scott Mann’s survival thriller Fall and one ‘edge’ you don’t want to go over! Fear reaches new heights, for this one that…

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  • Film Review – Orphan: First Kill (2022)

    Film Review – Orphan: First Kill (2022)

    Esther is back! 13 years after Juame Collet-Sera’s Orphan (2009), we have a prequel Orphan: First Kill. On paper this shouldn’t work, prequel sequels rarely do, many are only about keeping franchises alive a bit longer. William Brent Bell’s film is a highly entertaining thriller that exceeds all (low) expectations. Isabelle Fuhrman returns as the…

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  • Film Review – Her Smell (2018)

    Film Review – Her Smell (2018)

    Ever since her role in The Handmaid’s Tale, Elisabeth Moss has broke that ‘supporting role’ to become a leading actress. In 2018 Alex Ross Perry‘s Her Smell (which I wathed at 2019 Glasgow Film Festival), starring Moss recently aired on BBC. now on iPlayer what better time to give this underrated film a review. Sex,…

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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 – The Night That Eats The World (2018)

    Film Review – The Night That Eats The World (2018)

    2020 is the year of isolation, when everything stood still, could there be a film that reflects our current time? Yes…Dominique Rocher‘s The Night That Eats The World. This mark’s the filmmaker’s directorial feature debut. Based around around the novel by Pit Agarmen‘s novel of the same name (La nuit a dévoré le monde). Anders…

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  • Film Review – Arctic (2019)

    Film Review – Arctic (2019)

    When James Wan released Insidious, he reinvigorated a very tired horror genre. Going back to basics to get maximum return, something you could do to any genre. Joe Penna‘s Arctic follows those rules in the Survival thriller genre. They do it in the most minimal, effective , sophisticated way. Mads Mikkelsen stars as our stranded…

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  • Film Review – The Spy Gone North (2018)

    Film Review – The Spy Gone North (2018)

    To many, the last great war was World War 2. If someone was to tell you there was another war that started a way back in 1953? You would probably their having a giraffe. The war in question is the Korean War , a product of the Cold War that ended ‘officially’ in 1991. It…

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