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The Third Doctor – John Hurt (1970-1975)

Profile: As opposed to his over-the-top and loud predecessor, the Third Doctor was a reminiscent of a young, goofy scientist. During his self-imposed exile on Earth, he was aided by UNIT, a military force who defended the Earth from alien attack. 259 more words

A True Jarmusch Romance: Only Lovers Left Alive

Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive finds originality in its approach to the now-strained genre, the vampire film that for so long has initially utilised to spook the vulnerable audiences, and later on to romanticise their existence, capturing the hearts of the frail and desperate hearts; complexity could easily be lost from such a genre, especially when under the hands of a more simple filmmaker, hoping to exploit the rise of their trend rather than to be passionately driven and to create something ground-breaking. 703 more words


There are very, very few truly scary horror movies that take place in space. The only other one that ever worked for me was Pitch Black  532 more words


The Last Panthers: Heist Drama Featuring John Hurt Gets Its First Trailer

The Last Panthers, a joint venture between French channel canal+ and the UK’s Sky, is a much-anticipated 6 hour TV drama biopic on the world-famous Pink Panther group. 165 more words


10 Rillington Place (1971)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 7 out of 10

4-Word Review: He enjoys strangling women.

This film depicts the true life account of John Christie, played here by Sir Richard Attenborough, who strangled eight women, had sex with their corpses and then hide their bodies in his London flat at 10 Rillington Place. 562 more words


Humans - Season 1 (2015)

Dave’s 3-Word Review:
No, they robots!

Either you like science fiction or you don’t. If you don’t, then don’t even bother with Humans. Humans is as science fiction as it gets, taking serious nods from the god of sci-fi himself, Isaac Asimov. 482 more words