Film Reviews, News & Competitions

 
 

 
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Cannibal Holocaust

The nastiest of the video nasties, Cannibal Holocaust finally escapes onto the home entertainment market in a 2-disc Blu-ray DVD edition for the very first time, featuring not one but two cuts
 
 
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Cedar Rapids

It’s probably fair to describe Ed Helms’ new comedy as a good, old-fashioned big tuna-out-of-water story, seeing as most audience members will know him as nerdy, office geek Andy Bernard from The US Office who taunt...
 

 
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Coriolanus

By Erykah Brackenbury. In his directorial debut, Ralph Fiennes takes Shakespeare’s least-known Roman tragedy and places it in war-ravaged Eastern Europe.
 
 
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Company Men, The

The Credit Crunch hits Hollywood and produces this clever and fun drama.
 

 
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Contagion

In a string of films in the ‘70s, Irwin Allen, the legendary ‘Master of Disaster,’ filled the screen with the biggest stars he could get and killed them one by one in horrible ways. Killer bees in The Swarm, burning skyscrapers...
 
 
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Crazy, Stupid, Love

A beautiful man is one thing. A beautiful man who is able to not take himself seriously is something else. A beautiful man who is Ryan Gosling is not an obvious source of humour, but Crazy Stupid Love pulls it off valiantly.
 

 
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Cutter's Way

Part of the rash of neo-noirs of the early ‘80s that included Body Heat, The Postman Always Rings Twice and Michael Mann’s Thief, Cutter’s Way, is a cool, gleaming jewel of a movie that, 30 years after it first hit the screens,...
 
 
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Color Me Lavender

Hollywood’s squeamish fascination with gay eroticism and camp.
 

 
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Cars 2

Of all the Pixar productions of the last decade, Cars seemed the most Disney. Not without
 
 
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The Change Up

By Christa Ktorides – Ah the old body-swap device. We’ve seen it many times before and one must assume we’ll see it again. A tired cliché for sure but one that can still raise a chuckle if the stars are aligned correctly,...