Film Reviews

Kill Keith – Review

Kill Keith – Review

Keith Chegwin's involvement with comedy-horror film Kill Keith certainly gives it something of a novelty appeal - but whether this will be enough to quench the anticipation surrounding this feature remains to be seen. 'Cheggers', as he is somewhat affectionately known, is one of those celebrities for...

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Immortals – Review

Immortals – Review

Gods, titans and human beings - what happens when they all start fighting with each other? The answer lies somewhere in the middle of a battle of epic proportions and absolute carnage. "All men's souls are immortal, but the souls of the righteous are immortal and divine". You just know that any film...

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The Wild Hunt – Review

The Wild Hunt – Review

The realms of fantasy and reality dramatically collide in this tense and violent live-action role play generated film, set in the 21st century. Throughout The Wild Hunt, we see two worlds come together simultaneously, creating much suspense and mystery... The Wild Hunt centres around a huge game of...

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Everything Must Go – DVD Review

Everything Must Go  – DVD Review

Everything Must Go has a toned down,  sensible performance from Will Ferrell, which fans of the eccentric comedian may find disappointing. Compared to Will Ferrell's typical crude, outrageous and seam-splitting comedy films, like Anchorman and A Night At The Roxbury, Everything Must Go uses dark humour...

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The Conversation – DVD & Blu-Ray Reissue

The Conversation – DVD & Blu-Ray Reissue

"I don't know anything about human nature. I don't know anything about curiosity." says Harry Caul, the man at the heart of The Conversation, to his colleague Stan. This is a bit odd because they are security experts who make their living from bugging people. Only someone utterly lacking in self-knowledge, or...

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Weekend – Review

Weekend – Review

Weekend has been getting a massive amount of media love, especially in the US. If we ignore the hype this is still the best low budget, 2010s kitchen sink drama, which just happens to have two gay central characters, to have come out for a while. The film follows Russell (Tom Cullen) a softly-spoken,...

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The Princess of Montpensier – DVD Review

The Princess of Montpensier – DVD Review

Set in 1562, The Princess of Montpensier promises to be a 'bodice-ripper' right from the start. In a world where marriage is less about love and more about gaining family advantage, this French historical epic delivers all the passion, heartache and politics that is inevitable from a story set in this...

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Empire of Passion – Review

Empire of Passion – Review

Obsessive passion, death by strangulation and two lovers facing an indifferent or hostile world - Nagisa Ôshima's Empire of Passion (Ai No Borei) has certain similarities with  his In the Realm of the Senses (Ai No Corrida). The films are said to be companion pieces, but Ai No Borei made in 1978, two years...

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Johnny English returns… Reborn

Johnny English returns… Reborn

Johnny English is back with another James Bond-esque spoof. Filled with more slapstick humour and tongue-in-cheek action, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy. Not only will Johnny English: Reborn make you laugh out loud, it will make you coil up in cringe-inducing horror, sigh at the...

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Reuniting the Rubins – Review

Reuniting the Rubins – Review

If you are a fan of cheesy comedy and heart-warming morals then Reuniting the Rubins is the film for you. Timothy Spall leads an all-star cast in this family-friendly tale directed by Yoav Factor. Expect cheesy comedy, family politics, heavy-handed morals and unexpectedly heart-warming scenes. This is...

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