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Guard, The

A blackly comic, modern day Western set in the Wild West – of Ireland, The Guard is Sergeant Gerry Boyle (Brendan Gleeson) of the Galway Garda, a country copper whose days are spent drinking, whoring and consuming confisc...
 
 
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Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, The

Official Trailer For Fincher’s Gothic Girl
 

 
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The Great White Silence

By Jamie Steiner Nothing can quite prepare you for the magical, strange and disorientating otherworldliness of The Great White Silence, a legendary documentary charting the initial stages of Captain Scott’s doomed attempt...
 
 
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Green Hornet DVD & Blu-Ray Review

The classic radio play come cult TV show makes its way to the big screen with a gleeful bang.
 

 
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Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest DVD/Blu-Ray, The

Substituting intrigue for courtroom drama the final film in the Millennium Trilogy wraps things up nicely.
 
 
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Great Directors

Anyone who wants to make to make films but can’t afford the massive expense of going to film school, for years there have been DVDs filled with informative extras on the filmmaking process. Not all DVDs, of course, are fi...
 

 
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Gnaw

Obviously wearing its Texas Chainsaw Massacre influence on its sleeve, Gregory Mandry’s Gnaw is sure to put anyone off renting a cosy cottage in the countryside for a while; that is unless you’re not averse to runni...
 
 
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Get Low

A well-acted, thoughtful drama about an old geezer who decides to throw a funeral whilst he is still alive and lay his ghosts to rest. Based on a real story that became a massive media event, in 1930s rural Tennessee, Felix Bus...
 

 
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Gasland

If a wee fire breaks out in your home, chances are you’d rush to the sink and start blasting the flames with water. Do that in certain parts of rural America and you’re looking at creating an inferno. Yes folks, tha...
 
 
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Green Hornet, The

The road to the big screen has been a long and illustrious battle for The Green Hornet. 80 years after the original program hit the airwaves, Michel Gondry and Seth Rogen’s adaptation has been plagued by problems, drop-ou...