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Review: The Limehouse Golem

In an age where the big screen rarely sees period dramas, The Limehouse Golem is a breath of fresh air. Combining crime ...

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Top 5: Foreign language films

5.         Delicatessen (1991, France) Sweeney Todd meets Gilliam’s Brazil (1985) in  Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s post-apocalyptic, cannibalistic French black comedy.  This foreign language film is set ...

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HOME's Playback exhibition showcases new film talent

HOME cinema is currently staging a new exhibition to highlight vast swathes of potential in the UK’s young filmmakers’ scene. Located on the second ...

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Review: The Limehouse Golem

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Top 5: Foreign language films

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HOME's Playback exhibition showcases new film talent

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HOME Cinema Preview: 15th September

James Gill gives us a quick look at what’s on this week at HOME Cinema.

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Review: American Made

Tom Cruise’s smile and a breakneck pace do little to disguise the lack of real substance

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Review: The Limehouse Golem

Ackroyd’s 1994 novel is adapted for the big screen in a sinister Victorian murder mystery led by Bill Nighy

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Top 5: Foreign language films

Following the worldwide release of acclaimed Japanese fantasy-drama Your Name, Jamie McEvoy compiles his top 5 foreign language films

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Review: Logan Lucky

The Ocean’s Trilogy director Steven Soderbergh returns to the heist scene in a witty and stylish thriller with a terrific cast

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HOME’s Playback exhibition showcases new film talent

Up and coming young filmmakers screen short-film masterpieces as part of a project to encourage youth access to the most exclusive field in modern media

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Review: Your Name

Director Makoto Shinkai stakes his claim to the anime throne in a complex yet beautiful Japanese animation

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Review: Death Note

Adam Wingard fumbles Netflix-backed adaptation of much-loved anime Death Note

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Review: The Wall

Doug Liman goes back to his film-making roots for his ninth feature film with a budget of just $3 million, which may explain why The Wall is so forgettable

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Review: Detroit

Frantic, frenzied and fraught with racial tension, Detroit is Bigalow at her very best

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Top 5: Indie Films

With Little Miss Sunshine featuring in HOME’s ‘This is Human’ season, and David Lowery’s A Ghost Story currently in cinemas, Jamie McEvoy lists the top 5 independent films from both the US and UK

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Review: Game of Thrones — Beyond the Wall

Empty but breathtaking bombast produces the most divisive episode in the show’s history