Film Reviews, News & Competitions

 
 

 
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Rite, The

When The Exorcist was released in 1973, it explored its own concept so fully and so effectively that it set an impossibly high benchmark for subsequent exorcism movies –
 
 
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Sanctum

When the world’s, arguably, biggest filmmaker is the only credit on a film’s poster, along with the title and 3D, it should ring alarm bells; or at least it should for film journalists/critics. Really, it is a cleve...
 

 
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Breakfast At Tiffany’s Cinema

By Will Hitchmough Re-released on the big screen as part of it’s 50th anniversary celebrations, Breakfast at Tiffany’s is the original iconic american Rom-Com of it’s kind. Starring Audrey Hepburn in her most ...
 
 
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Devil DVD/ BR

An intimate little horror that has some spooky moments but fails to live up to its billing. Devil is the first film out of the stables of The Night Chronicles, a series of films dreamt up by The Sixth Sense’s (1999) M. Ni...
 

 
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I Am Number Four

After the success of Twilight, there was clearly a market for brooding teenage sci-fi/fantasy films. For a start, the audiences for these films aren’t that concerned about plot or big ideas, they are all about how good lo...
 
 
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Big Sleep, The

It’s not every confusing mess of a film that becomes a bona fide movie classic but then 1946’s The Big Sleep isn’t just any old confusing mess. Based on Raymond Chandler’s classic crime novel, it’s...
 

 
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Battle Royale

Hugely controversial but brilliantly compelling action thriller.
 
 
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Tyler Perry DVDs

With For Colored Girls in cinemas, this week on 10 Dec, we are celebrating the return of another Tyler Perry (producer of Precious) film by giving away NINE dvds…
 

 
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Enemies of the People Cinema Review

This is the somewhat timely release of Enemies of the People, a moving documentary that examines the two million people died in Cambodia under Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge regime, killed by execution, overwork, or simply starvat...
 
 
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Machete

Robert Rodriguez is one of those filmmakers you can’t help but admire. He is the epitome of the independent spirit, with his love of genre movies, and his one-man studio in Texas – although he does tend to delegate ...