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'The 7.39' - a film review

I recently watched this BBC programme, which was written for the screen by David Nicholls. Having read Nicholls’ novel ‘One Day’ some years previously without being enthused about it, as I found the male character extremely annoying and was devastated by the untimely death of the female character and couldn’t get much else out of the novel, I nevertheless decided to give this two-part film a go. 670 more words


International Horror Film Review: Kung Fu Zombie (dir by Hwa I Hung)

Kung Fu Zombie, a 1981 film that was produced in Hong Kong, tells the story of….

Well, it’s a little bit difficult to explain just what exactly it tells the story of.  624 more words


Tonari no Totoro [My Neighbor Totoro] (1988)

When two girls move to the country to be near their ailing mother, they have adventures with the wondrous forest spirits who live nearby. ( 87 more words

Enola Holmes: When In Doubt Dress As A Yard-worker

Enola Holmes is a mystery film directed by Harry Bradbeer; it is based on the book series of the same name written by Nancy Springer. The plot focuses on the youngest of the three Holmes siblings Enola (Millie Bobby Brown). 316 more words

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An Independent Thriller Film With the Right Formula

Happy October everyone! Slick Dungeon here and I thought I would kick off this month with a review of an independent film from DarkCoast. 572 more words

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I See You (2019) - Review

A detective and his family are terrorised by some rather strange and bizarre occurrences that seem to be unexplainable. While juggling these issues with the disappearance of a young boy in the small town they live in, things quickly become more complicated and far more sinister after the emergence of two local “phroggers”. 414 more words