Our Godfather review – a polarizing documentary feature The Traitor

Our Godfather is an interesting case study — fascinating really, in taking away the Hollywood lore of most gangster films for

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Greed review – a bullish, satirical dark comedy A Bullish Film

The sole reason to seek out the ever-eclectic Michael Winterbottom’s satirical dark comedy Greed is the performance by longtime collaborator, Steve Coogan.

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Onward review – a sweetly funny and engrossing animated adventure Fatherhood

Pixar, for me anyway, has been the gold standard for animated films since the second Toy Story. Almost every one

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Ten Film Predictions For 2020: What Will Be The Year’s Surprise Hit? To Flop Or Not To Flop

In the year after Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame, the final chapter of the newest Star Wars trilogy and the Disney live-action

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International Coventry Film Festival 2019 Round Up 12-13 April 2019

Having been gradually attending (and now covering) more film festivals in recent years, I’d been starting to despair that there

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‘Pet Sematary’ Film Review Dead is definitely better

I have a confession to make: I love Stephen King. I love his books–even when they’re bad (and they can

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An Interview with Ed Hayter The star of 'Burning Men' discusses the film's production, his acting process, and favorite indie musicians

With the release of Burning Men available on digital now via iTunes, Sky Store, BT Store, and Amazon, Ready Steady

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Memorable Mother Figures in Film A Mother's Day Celebration

What do you think of when you consider a “mother figure”? Someone warm, someone authoritative, someone tough? Do you picture

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Reflecting on ‘Shoplifters’ and Poverty To Have Nothing and Everything

There is a certain clutter to poverty. Though material possessions aren’t owned by desire but by necessity, the small spaces

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‘Paskal’ Netflix Film Review Style Over Substance

Paskal, the new Malaysian action movie from Adrian Teh that debuts globally on Netflix today, opens with an insistence that

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‘The Hard Way’ Netflix Review Doesn't Pack A Punch

A Michael Jai White film is a very particular thing, and The Hard Way is a Michael Jai White movie

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An Interview With Jeremy Wooding The director of Burning Men chats about his new release, the future of filmmaking and his biggest film influences.

RSC Caught up with Jeremy Wooding, the director of Burning Men to chat about his new release, the future of

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‘The Hole in the Ground’ Film Review "He's not your son..."

I’m loving the independent horror films coming out of the UK, and Ireland in particular. From The Canal to Don’t

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‘Serenity’ (2019) | Film Review A Gonzo Noir Bait and Switch

It has only been a few weeks into the year 2019, and we are already being treated to what could

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‘Stan & Ollie’ | Film Review The Original Odd Couple

When we meet Stan Laurel (Steve Coogan) and Oliver Hardy (John C Reilly) they’re coming towards the end of their

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‘Soni’ | Netflix Original Film Review Fighting back.

Netflix film Soni articulates at a microscopic level the frequent setbacks women have to face in various cultures throughout the world. I

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Jonathon Wilson’s Top 10 Films of 2018 The year in review

It has been quite a year. Between watching tentpole franchise films in all their big-screen splendour, daring originals in small-screen

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