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The Punk Syndrome

“We’re one of the best bands in Finland. According to us
 
 
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Predators Cinema

When Predator came out in 1987, Arnold Schwarzenegger was already a huge action star following Conan, Terminator and Commando, but the movie introduced an equally enduring character in the form of the ruthless, dreadlocked, ali...
 

 
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Prowl DVD

The recent glut of vampire movies has resulted in an over-saturation for the genre – if it’s not a melodramatic tale of eternal love, it’s a gory horror about hungry killers, but only the rarest of exceptions ...
 
 
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Phenomena DVD? BR

Garish and gruesome horror thriller from the master of crazy Dario Argento. Dario Argento is a force like no other in cinematic terms. The rules that apply to most filmmakers are not only broken, but bent and chewed out with su...
 

 
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Primal DVD/ BR

An Aussie cannibal horror that manages to tick every cliché in the book. Sometimes Australia has the habit of throwing up genuinely brilliant films, particularly in the horror genre. 2005’s Wolf Creek is a fine exa...
 
 
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Patagonia Cinema Review

The latest in Marc Evan’s list of quiet but impressive accomplishments is Patagonia. Criss-crossing between the lives of two women as they embark upon multi dimensional journeys, the catalyst for events is a remote pocket...
 

 
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Passenger Side

When the words “Thinking man’s Judd Apatow” are used to describe Canadian road film Passenger Side it’s hard not to think of a front of witty dick jokes punctuated heartfelt, sometimes overbearing moment...
 
 
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Priest 3D

Paul Bettany loves his religiously-tinged action blockbuster flops. Not content with stinking up the screen with Legion last year (plague of locusts, plague of boils, plague of frogs – fine. Plague of zombies not so much)...
 

 
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Paul

The two man-boys from Spaced, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, are back together in another movie, without the third member of the triumvirate, director Edgar Wright. Following the success of their brilliant zom-rom-com Shaun of the ...
 
 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Peeping Tom DVD/ BR

Today, considered to be a misunderstood masterpiece, the controversial film Peeping Tom (1960) effectively annihilated director Michael Powell’s career over-night. Upon its release, film critics slammed Peeping Tom, calli...