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Film review: Deep Red (1975)

Rating: 4 stars out of 4

As dark, funny, scary and violent as the best of Alfred Hitchcock, John Carpenter or the other English-language masters, … 677 more words


While We're Young (2014)

Rating: 4/5
Cute Factor: 7/10
Snooze Factor: 5/10

A middle aged couple goes through a mid-life crisis. It’s an endearing story that is relatable (maybe more to people in the film industry), but the film also feels long for it’s short runtime. 79 more words

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‘Run All Night’ Review

Hey look, it’s another Liam Neeson action movie, didn’t Taken 3 just come out a few weeks back? Yes, Run All Night is the third straight collaboration between Neeson and Spanish director Jaume Collet-Serra after… 824 more words



Let’s cut-to-the-quick: With its beautiful Art and Set Direction, outstanding Costumes, lush Special Effects (a perfect pumpkin-turned-coach sequence), and a gorgeous waltz-laden score (composer Patrick Doyle a most excellent choice!), the film deserved a superior script. 472 more words

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Chilled, Not Stirred: "The House Across the Lake" (1954)

      American “hack novelist” Mark Kendrick  (Alex Nicol) sits at a yacht club bar and relates what amounts to a confessional to an unseen stranger (though the intended effect is that he is breaking the fourth wall and speaking directly to the audience). 269 more words


Five Fingers of Death (1972)

What a ride! It’s easy to look at Five Fingers of Death today and see it as just another kung-fu movie. But you need to realise how original and groundbreaking this was. 189 more words

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Simon Killer (2012)

The thing I really liked about Simon Killer was how Campos seemed to set himself a lot of visual rules and restrictions that he stuck to. 171 more words

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