Primal review – a Nick Cage film you can easily enjoy while playing on your phone arseholes and animals

Nicolas Cage is the perfect pot luck actor: you can never tell whether the next film of his you watch

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Eye for an Eye (Quien a Hierro Mata) review – a showcase of Spanish filmmaking talent and tension Blood and revenge

When I stepped up to review Eye for an Eye, I did so based on the briefest of descriptions and

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Screening Rights Film Festival "Harnessing cinema to entertain, educate and inspire change..."

When we watch a film, how deeply do we think about the issues it presents? Those issues don’t affect us,

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Women of Mafia 2 (Kobiety Mafii 2) review – more silliness, violence and sun Gang Bust

Maybe it goes without saying, but watch Kobiety Mafii before you watch Women of Mafia 2. This one follows not

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Women of Mafia (Kobiety mafii) review – Eurotrash violent fun Pole chancing

If you like European drama but would prefer it to be more sleazy than artsy, Patryk Vega’s Kobiety Mafii may

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Creeped Out Recap: An Ambitious And Unsettling Story In Reverse Memento Story

This recap of Creeped Out Season 2 Episode 9, “Tilly Bone”, contains spoilers. You can check out our thoughts on

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Rise of the Footsoldier: Marbella Review: A Spin-Off That Spins Out The Series Too Far Spanish Heist, not Money Heist

Rise of the Footsoldier was a serious biopic/drama looking at the career of Carlton Leach from football hooligan to Essex

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Le Mans ’66 (Ford v Ferrari) Review: Ford Propaganda In Biopic Form Long live corporate America

What you get out of this film may depend on the title you have booked for. But whether you are

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Creeped Out Recap: “No Filter” Taps Into Teen Obsessions Selfie-centred

This Creeped Out Season 2 Episode 6 recap for the episode titled “No Filter” contains spoilers. You can check out

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Better Days Review: High Quality And Thought Provoking Chinese Drama more Mean Streets than Mean Girls

It’s easy to go into a film screening with preconceptions, especially having seen so many films already. I knew that

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#100DaysOfHorror (2019) Complete Round-Up And Watchlist 100 horror films in the 100 days leading up to Halloween

This is a round-up of our #100DaysOfHorror 2019 feature. You can find #100DaysOfHorror 2019 Part 1 by clicking these words

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After Midnight (Mayhem 2019) Review: Serious/Funny Drama About Love And Monsters It's all gonna be peaches and cream

After Midnight (previously called Something Else) surely crosses more genres than I’ve seen in any one single film before; and

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Rabid (Grimmfest 2019) Review: A Remake For Fans Only Twins love Cronenberg!

David Cronenberg, the Canadian “Baron of Blood”, wrote and directed Rabid in 1977. It was his second horror film: serious,

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Door Lock (Mayhem 2019) Review: Slow Start Becomes High Tension Home is my happy place

Door Lock is not a typical home invasion film, though that’s what I had been expecting from the description in

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The Gangster, the Cop, the Devil (Mayhem 2019) Review: Near-Perfect Serial Killer Thriller The enemy of my enemy…

The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil opens with what appears to be road-rage that viciously turns into manslaughter; however, one

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