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Film Review: A Most Wanted Man

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Staying Safe

AMWM

The death of Phillip Seymour Hoffman inevitably looms large over this grounded, mature War on Terror thriller, immersed in the gloom of 9/11 terrorist Mohammed Atta’s old stomping ground, Hamburg. It’s a real world import that ensures there’s great scrutiny on this, one of his last complete performances. There’s a sense of “last chance to […]

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Film Review: Before I Go to Sleep

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Overplotted

BIGTS

Warning: This review discusses the film’s ending. S. J. Watson’s 2011 amnesiac novel, a sleeper hit on publication, has now been adapted to the form might have inspired it – the prototypical Hitchcock movie thriller. I’ve not read it, you understand, film critics wait for the cine-version so they don’t have to read, but if […]

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Film Review: Sex Tape

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iMovie

Sex Tape

Sex Tape’s main ponderable isn’t, why isn’t the movie funny? That can be attributed to the lack of jokes; the film’s witless banter and duff slapstick in lieu of a heart, head and memorable lines. It’s, why does a Sony movie function as a ninety minute commercial for Apple products? Did these technological rivals strike […]

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Film Review: Before I Go to Sleep

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Overplotted

BIGTS

Warning: This review discusses the film’s ending. S. J. Watson’s 2011 amnesiac novel, a sleeper hit on publication, has now been adapted to the form might have inspired it – the prototypical Hitchcock movie thriller. I’ve not read it, you understand, film critics wait for the cine-version so they don’t have to read, but if […]

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Film Review: Sex Tape

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iMovie

Sex Tape

Sex Tape’s main ponderable isn’t, why isn’t the movie funny? That can be attributed to the lack of jokes; the film’s witless banter and duff slapstick in lieu of a heart, head and memorable lines. It’s, why does a Sony movie function as a ninety minute commercial for Apple products? Did these technological rivals strike […]

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Film Review: Lucy

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The Mind Boggles

Lucy

Is Lucy the most insane thriller of the year? Well, if other filmmakers want to catch it they better get their product into cinemas quick smart. It’s not difficult to imagine Luc Besson sitting at home, watching the Bradley Cooper brain-fill flick, Limitless, and lamenting the no one had the guile to turn the concept […]

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Film Review: Sin City – A Dame to Kill For

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Black and White

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Be honest, who amongst you long awaited the belated sequel to Sin City? The first, for all its gruffness and nihilism, was all surface. Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez, a couple of reconstructed teen boy misogynists with a giant train set, if ever there were two, got a lot of attention with their living comic […]

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FrightFest Film Review: Wolfcop

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Lukewarm Fuzz

Wolfcop

The prize of a million Canadian dollars and the chance to add to that country’s cultural archive, went to the team responsible for this b-movie schlocker with a genre fan baiting title. If Alan Moore’s Show Pieces was an example of how a thoughtful and technique savvy approach to low budget horror can reap dividends, […]

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FrightFest Film Review: The Green Inferno

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Cockmunches 

The Green Inferno

Warning: This review discusses the plot. Those hungry for surprises should wait until they’ve seen this title before reading on. If Eli Roth’s angry that his Amazonian cannibal movie has been pulled from US release, he can take heart from knowing that he’s in good company. His movie’s spiritual father, Ruggero Deodato, didn’t get a […]

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FrightFest Film Review: Show Pieces

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Three of a Kind

KK

The horror anthology, indeed the anthology in general, is something of a dead sub-genre, at least on the big screen. That’s a pity because there’s a great deal of pleasure to be gained from exploring a world from multiple perspectives, enjoying the payoff from overlapping narratives. Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction reminded the world there’s fun to […]

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FrightFest Film Review: The Visitor (1979)

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Spaghetti Sci-Fi 

The Visitor

Amongst this year’s FrightFest revivals was Arrow Films’ restoration of Giulio Paradisi’s (billed here, rather wonderfully as Michael J. Paradise) bonkers sci-fi horror; a spin on The Omen pitting the descendant of an intergalactic Nazi hunter against the latest strain of a despotic space criminal’s genes – evil eight year old Paige Connor. Are these […]

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FrightFest Film Review: Drew – The Man Behind the Poster

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Paint A Vulgar Picture

Drew

Moviegoers of a certain age will be familiar with the art of Drew Struzan. He’s the nominative determined pencil and paintsmith behind a string of famous one sheets, amongst them – the iconic image of Michael J. Fox looking aghast at his watch on the Back to the Future poster, Indiana Jones and the Temple of […]

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