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BFI London Film Festival 2012 Review – Lawrence Anyways

October 6, 2012 |

★★★☆☆

We’re used to seeing Director Xavier Dolan acting in visually visceral tales, such as Martyrs, and directing comparably emotive ones, like I Killed My Mother – gender and sexuality issues are seemingly well-trodden ground for the Canadian-born … Read More

BFI London Film Festival 2012 Review – Robot & Frank

October 6, 2012 |

★★★★★

Not many films can present great things from very little. Robot & Frank is one of them. You have to go all the way back to Johnny-5 from Short Circuit 2 (perhaps with the exception … Read More

Raindance Film Festival – Here Comes the Devil Review

October 5, 2012 |

★★☆☆☆

The film opens with a graphically raw lesbian sex scene. Then one of the girls gets killed by a serial killer. That’s right, Bogliano’s Here Comes the Devil is another Catholic guilt film.

After the unnecessarily gratuitous … Read More

Raindance Film Festival – Heavy Girls (2012) Review

October 5, 2012 |

I really need to stop judging a film by its format. I was apprehensive after learning – minutes before the screening – that Heavy Girls had been filmed by Director Axel Ranisch on mini-DV, worrying that I was about to … Read More

London Film Festival Review – The Samurai That Night

October 4, 2012 |

★★★★☆

It has to be noted from the beginning The Samurai That Night has no Samurais. There are no scenes involving men jumping off rooftops nor are there any sword fights – … Read More

London Film Festival Review – Celeste and Jessie Forever

September 24, 2012 |

★★★★☆

Celeste and Jessie Forever has been making it’s way around film festivals around the world. It’s about relationships in today’s modern 30 somethings. It starts unconventionally for a drama-dy about relationships, beginning as a couple are … Read More

Raindance Film Festival 2012 – Indebted

September 17, 2012 |

★★★★☆

Indebted is an impressive debut feature from Director Márton Jelinkó and has quite rightly been nominated for the Best Debut award for the Raindance Film Festival.

It tells the story of Elli (Heidi Linden), a biology student with … Read More

‘When The Lights Went Out’ Story of Britain’s Most Violent Poltergeist – Review

September 14, 2012 |

★★★★☆

British chiller ‘When the Lights Went Out’ follows the ordeal faced by the working-class Maynard family after they move into their new, seemingly “dream” home in 1970s Yorkshire. Barely have they had a chance to settle … Read More

Lawless – Review

September 5, 2012 |

★★★★☆

Upon leaving a cinema I often find that the character I related to the most tends to be the one who I embody whilst strolling home. In the case of Lawless, it was unquestionably … Read More

Total Recall – Review

August 31, 2012 |

★★★☆☆

Total Recall presents a dystopian view of the future where humankind live in either the United Federation of Britain (UFB) or the Colony, which is in Australia. The rest of the world has become … Read More