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Description With this tense, visceral thriller, Danish director Ole Bornedal meditates on the fury and violence that can so easily manifest themselves as the product of extreme small town xenophobia. Lasse Rimmer... more

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Description The true story of Hasso Herschel inspired this epic Cold War drama from Germany. Harry Melchoir (Heino Ferch) was a respected German athlete when the Berlin Wall forcibly divided the nation in 1961. U... more

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Description A collection of three of the most bizarre and outrageous stories you’re ever likely to see, TAXIDERMIA centres on a fantasist grandfather, speed-eating father and taxidermist son. Hilariously off the ... more

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Description Jan Dunn's drama THE CALLING, follows the story of a young modern woman who becomes a nun. Joanna (Emily Beecham) graduates university and finds herself questioning the life she had planned. After muc... more

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Description Michael Rowe's controversial Mexican thriller LEAP YEAR (ANO BISIESTO) tells the highly charged story of freelance journalist Laura Lopez (Monica Del Carmen) as she initially moves from one anonymous ... more

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Description Shigeru (Maki), a hearing-impaired sanitation worker, finds a broken surf board in a pile of garbage. He decides to mend the board and hit the beach. Shigeru anxiously attempts to catch a wave, unawar... more

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Description From the creator of the sukeban, or delinquency, genre of Japanese sexploitation films, comes this explosion of violence, sex, and just plain fun. Cult icon Reiko Ike stars as Ocho Inoshika, a pickpoc... more

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Description Directed by Srdjan Karanovic, Sjaj u Ocima (Loving Glances) is set in 1995 Belgrade. Despite a war raging in the background, young people throughout the country are trying in vain to fall in love and ... more

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Description Absurdist duo Benoit Delepine and Gustave Kervern follow-up 2004's AALTRA with this sparse black comedy in which the recently-fired female employees at a children's clothing factory pool their funds t... more

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Description The recipient of international acclaim, Vittorio de Sica's Italian Neorealist masterwork, THE BICYCLE THIEF, is a treasure of world cinema. After nearly two years of unemployment, Antonio (Lamberto Ma... more

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Review of My Top 10 Films of 2014


“My Year of Film on DVD!”

published 12/01/2015

Some good movies

Borin gyear

...Superman Returns (2006). Brendan Routh has that teen appeal and this effort far more entertaining the way Spiderman is now. Science Fiction Jennifer Lawrence had another massive year, especially with The Hunger Game trilogy all over the various film delivery platforms. She must bathe in money now. The hunger Games premiered on terrestrial TV just as the second film, Catching Fire, opened on DVD...

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Review of Keith Lemon: The Film (DVD)

Not for me

“Keith Lemon - The Film”

published 26/03/2013

It Finished

It Exists

...(which for some reason don?t really work when there isn?t a studio audience to lap it up). The plot is predictable. Within a few minutes you can tell exactly where it is going. It doesn?t really need dissecting any further. This film is bad. I mean really bad. Even Kelly Brook in her under crackers doesn?t help redeem it. The Keith Lemon character on TV is a panel quiz show host, and with this movie...

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Review of A Film With Me In It (DVD)


Enjoyable if you like Dylan Moran

Could have had a few more laughs...

...(I seem to have latched onto it since my psychiatrist pointed it out). I quite fancy the idea of a black comedy written about my life. I quite fancy having Dylan Moran featuring in it as ?Random drunk bloke?. Other details about the film/DVD The film lasts 89 minutes which was just about the right length, but even with the short length it is ever so slightly slow-moving at times and I...

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