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Review: Saint Maud – “A highly original UK cult classic in the making”

Posted by on Oct 5, 2020 in All, drama, Film, Headline, horror, Reviews, thriller | 0 comments

Released in the UK on the 9th of October, Saint Maud is the first full-length feature written and directed by Rose Glass and stars Morfydd...

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A24’s Saint Maud trailer brings the chills

Posted by on Dec 17, 2019 in All, drama, Film, horror, thriller, Trailers | 0 comments

It looks like A24, who brought us The Witch, Hereditary and Midsommar, may have another chilling horror heading our way as the trailer for...

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The Wolf Hour – Naomi Watts has to survive a citywide blackout in the trailer for new thriller

Posted by on Nov 14, 2019 in All, drama, Film, thriller, Trailers | 0 comments

It’s July 1977, and New York City is awash with escalating violence. A citywide blackout is triggering fires, looting, and countless...

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TIFF Review: Vox Lux

Posted by on Sep 10, 2018 in All, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews | 0 comments

It happens every year – the one or two films that truly and distinctly divide audiences.  Look at last year’s mother! for a...

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Sundance London 2018 Review: The Miseducation of Cameron Post

Posted by on May 31, 2018 in All, Books, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews | 0 comments

Desiree Akhavan’s follow up to 2015’s Appropriate Behaviour, is another LGBT story, but this time around it’s more of a drama than a...

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A Quiet Passion is an Anachronistic Tale

Posted by on Jan 4, 2017 in All, biopic, drama, Film, Headline, indie, Reviews | 0 comments

2017 promises change, not least on the political spectrum. People are no longer apathetic (although Charlie Brooker is nostalgic for the...

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2016 London Film Festival Review: A Quiet Passion

Posted by on Oct 10, 2016 in All, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews | 1 comment

A Quiet Passion begins with a delightful opener that introduces us to the bold and soulful poet, Emily Dickinson. We meet her family, see...

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Review: Little Men – “Raw and genuine realism”

Posted by on Sep 26, 2016 in All, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews | 0 comments

With each new film, Ira Sachs gets a step closer to becoming the Woody Allen of social drama thanks to his incredibly genuine and nuanced...

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