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Berberian Sound Studio (2012)

Peter Strickland‘s seething and self-conscious Berberian Sound Studio offers a dynamic that’s impossible to resist: being trapped in a Kafkaesque netherworld of vintage Euro-genre film post-production. 110 more words


The Mist (2007)

Director: Frank Darabont

Release Date: November 21st, 2007 (US); July 4th, 2008 (UK)

Genre: Horror; Science-fiction; Thriller

Starring: Thomas Jane, Laurie Holden, Marcia Gay Harden, Toby Jones… 1,057 more words


Berberian Sound Studio

El director británico Peter Strickland (Katalin Varga) entrega su segundo largometraje, el cual garantiza dividir a críticos y aficionados al cine con un inteligente y arriesgado thriller psicológico. 423 more words


The Tuesday Zone: Escape from 'Berberian Sound Studio' (2012)

I don’t know why–after watching and reviewing Escape from Tomorrow a week or so ago–I thought to myself, “I really want to watch another surrealist horror flick.” I especially don’t know how that search led me to  892 more words

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Snow White And The Huntsman: another spin on Grimm's tales to follow

When the king is murdered by his new bride Ravenna (Charlize Theron), his daughter Snow White is locked up for seven years. After her escape, the teenage Snow (Kristen Stewart) is pursued by Ravenna, who hires a grieving, sozzled Huntsman (Chris Hemsworth) to bring her back. 958 more words

Leave to Remain

Leave to Remain (Dir. Bruce Goodison, 2013)

Kermit the Frog famously sang, “It’s not easy being green”, a sentiment with which our politicians would doubtless agree, and Toby Jones’ character in… 586 more words


Review: Leave To Remain

Title:                          Leave To Remain

Certificate:               15

Director:                   Bruce Goodison

Major Players:         Toby Jones, Noof Ousellam, Zarrien Masieh

Out Of Five:              3


Like so many contemporary films, Bruce Goodison’s Leave To Remain is based on real events, but unlike most of them, it uses stories which have probably never been heard before.  608 more words

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