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Review: Ghost Stories

There has been somewhat of a lull in British Horror over the past decade. Since the turn of the millennium, names like ...

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Review: Gringo

Gringo is a confusing mishmash of genres that fails to reach a clear direction, with a stumbling plot and plain characters. Is Edgerton ...

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Review: Annihilation

Annihilation follows a familiar plot. A group of people wander into the unknown in order to find out more information and see what ...

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Review: Ghost Stories

Posted on Apr 24, 2018 1
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Review: Gringo

Posted on Mar 16, 2018 2
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Review: Annihilation

Posted on Mar 15, 2018 3
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Review: Ghost Stories

Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman’s adaptation of their acclaimed stage play is a superbly haunting and unnerving collection of menacing tales

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Review: Gringo

From the Edgerton brothers, a hit-and-miss film with a compelling moral message and a very weak plot

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Review: Annihilation

The much-anticipated follow-up to Alex Garland’s directorial debut Ex Machina

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Review: Game Night

Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams star in an innovative action-comedy from the writers of Horrible Bosses and Spider-Man: Homecoming

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Highlights from MANIFF 2018

Top picks from this years Manchester International Film Festival

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Review: Red Sparrow

two hours 21 minutes of ‘when-will-this-movie-end’ torture

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Review: Peaky Blinders series four

“It was f*cking biblical mate,” – Alfie Solomons, probably

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Animated Shorts Oscar Nominees

Eloise Wright and James Gill assess the nominations for the Best Animated Short Oscar

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Review: Lady Bird

Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird is an authentic tale full of the frustration that goes hand in hand with coming of age

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Review: You Were Never Really Here

If you saw Joaquin Phoenix bounding down a corridor wielding a hammer you would truly wish you were never here

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Review: The Shape of Water

Guillermo Del Toro strikes gold with a beautiful meditation on love, humanity and fantasy which has made quite the splash

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Review: The Cloverfield Paradox

J.J. Abrams’ enigmatic sci-fi franchise returns out of the blue, this time on Netflix