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British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) Podcasts

Hello! For all you interested in media and more specifically the classifications of films. The BBFC has an excellent selection of podcasts available to the public. 147 more words

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The Purge, James DeMonaco (2013) Review

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The Purge, is a horror/thriler genre film by James DeMonaco which takes place in future America. The idea is that there is a 12 hour period where all crime is legal and all emergency services will be suspended until the full 12 hours is up. 336 more words

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The Woman in Black, James Watkins (2012) Review

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The Woman in Black is a Horror/Thriller film set in the past and takes place around a young lawyer who is assigned the contract of going to an old house called Eel Marsh House and examine any documentation, probably to support a case. 282 more words

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How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014) - Dean DeBlois Review

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This film is not something I would usually watch, yet alone write a review on, however, diversity is important in the world of media and we must appreciate the many different styles and genres. 396 more words

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Slumdog Millionaire - Danny Boyle (2008) Review

Slumdog Millionaire is set in the slums of Mumbai and follows the adventure of a man, Jamal, who ends up on a TV show which is the Indian equivalent of ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?’ by chance, Jamal (played by… 255 more words

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Evaluation of "Uninvited"

Uninvited is a short film for the 2014 LAFTAs, roughly 2 minutes long, about a man who appears to have murdered somebody and has them in the trunk of his car. 487 more words

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Evaluation of "The Boy Next Door"

The Boy Next Door is a short film by…

Ben Ayres

The Boy Next Door is a short film, lasting just over a minute and it is a simple story about a boy passing on a message which got sent to the wrong house to a neighbour, who appears to have somebody upstairs which they deny the existence of. 543 more words

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