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The Reverend

Picture the scene – you’re sat at home, leafing through your, no doubt, well-thumbed copy of the Bible and, out of the blue, you think to yourself: “You know what? What would really make my life complete is a modern retelling o...
 
 
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Revenge Of The Electric Car

Who’d have ever thought the day would come when we would see documentaries getting sequels, but that is essentially what Revenge of the Electric Car is (and not a green sequel to Peter Weir’s The Cars That Ate Paris).
 

 
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Return To Murder

Return To Murder is out now DVD and Blu-ray, courtesy of Universal Pictures (UK)
 
 
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Rise Of The Guardians

Remember recent bloated, lacklustre Summer schlockbuster Avengers Assemble
 

 
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Rampart DVD

Los Angeles, 1999. LAPD patrolman Dave ‘Date Rape’ Brown (Woody Harrelson) is an old-school cop.
 
 
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Requiem for a Killer

If looks could kill or tell a story.
 

 
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The Reeds

Over the last few years, modern British film has put some serious effort in to exploring the horror genre, maintaining its gritty name but branching out even more.
 
 
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Ruby Sparks

The concept of an imaginary being brought to life as a coping mechanism has peppered cinema over the decades.
 

 
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Red Lights

It’s a shame people are already referring to Red
 
 
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The Rafi Pitts Collection

Given that the Western war machine is currently casting about for reasons to invade Iran, now seems the perfect time to remind ourselves that Iran and its people are far more than a punch line for the joke that is Western hegem...