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Review: The Death of Stalin

Armando Iannucci has been on top of political satire for years, casting a boisterous, glinting eye at some of the crudest and ...

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Review: Blade Runner 2049

Throughout his directing career, Denis Villeneuve has proved that regardless of budget or genre, he can create a great piece of cinema. ...

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Review: Cotton Wool

Director Nicholas Connor belongs to the Loachian school of filmmaking, which uses the medium as a way to tackle social issues and provoke ...

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Review: The Death of Stalin

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Review: Blade Runner 2049

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Review: Cotton Wool

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Review: Cotton Wool

Nicholas Connor’s latest short film is his most evocative yet

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Review: The Death of Stalin

From the creator of The Thick of It comes an anachronistic comedy that proves anything can, and should be made fun of

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Review: Sara (2015)

Director Herman Yau dropped by at HomeMcr for a very interesting Q&A following the screening of Sara

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Review: The Sleep Curse

Herman Yau and Anthony Wong reunite for The Sleep Curse, after a string of cult horror successes in the 1990s, but whether it works is up for debate

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Top Five: Neo-Noir Films

With the sequel to Blade Runner, a modern film noir first, science-fiction second, released this month, Lucas counts down his favourite neo-noirs

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HOME Cinema Preview: 13th October

James Gill takes us through HOME’s cinema releases this week

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Review: The Reagan Show

“Take that Mr Gorbachev”; a charming look at Ronald Reagan’s persona through White House archival footage

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Review: Blade Runner 2049

2017 seems to be the year in which Harrison Ford finally cares about his acting performances again

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Review: The Child in Time

Benedict Cumberbatch and Kelly MacDonald go on separate journeys of grief as they come to terms with the disappearance of their daughter Kate in BBC1’s drama The Child in Time

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Review: Daphne

Emily Beecham shines above the rest in this neurotic indie drama

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Review: Home Again

Despite the forward thinking subject-matter, Hallie Meyers-Shyer fails to reach expectations with Home Again

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Review: On Body and Soul

A brutal yet alluring Hungarian meditation on dreams and romance from director Ildikó Enyedi