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Blu-ray Review - The Stranger (1946)
Of the films I was tasked to review, this one is probably the most well known and widely available since passing into the public domain back in the '70s. The Stranger is a slice of post-war film noir, tapping in to the fear of Nazi fugitives planting themse...
Of the films I was tasked to review, this one is probably the most well known and widely available since passing into the public domain back in the '70s. The Stranger is a slice of post-war film noir, tapping in to the fear o...
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I have only a passing familiarity with Orson Welles' earlier work, but Too Much Johnson is one of the most obscure in the filmmaker's back catalogue. Thought lost until 2008 when it was found in a warehouse and remastered for...
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To celebrate the release of the documentary mash-up Digging Up The Marrow from horror master Adam Green (Hatchet, Frozen) - out now on DVD - we have a copy to giveaway! Based on the dark illustrations of celebrated artist Ale...
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EIFF15 Review - Who Am I- No System is Safe
Title aside, there’s nothing long-winded about Baran bo Odar’s Who Am I – No System is Safe. From scene to scene Odar wants to entertain, to pull us in and drag us along under the wheels of an impressive and enjoyable cyber-thriller. Benjamin (Tom Schilling...
Title aside, there’s nothing long-winded about Baran bo Odar’s Who Am I – No System is Safe. From scene to scene Odar wants to entertain, to pull us in and drag us along under the wheels of an impressive and enjoyable cyber-t...
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EIFF15 Review - Narcopolis (2014)
Decriminalisation of drugs and what that would lead to: Justin Trefgarne’s Narcopolis is a dystopian take on a hot topic. For a debut feature this sci-fi political thriller is ridiculously ballsy in its choice of subject matter but often favours the thrill ...
Decriminalisation of drugs and what that would lead to: Justin Trefgarne’s Narcopolis is a dystopian take on a hot topic. For a debut feature this sci-fi political thriller is ridiculously ballsy in its choice of subject matt...
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DVD Review - The Immortal Story (1968)
Rounding off the quartet of the more obscure Orson Welles films recently released, we have The Immortal Story . It was originally made for French television, but eventually found its way into cinemas. Bit of pub quiz trivia for you - The Immortal Story is W...
Rounding off the quartet of the more obscure Orson Welles films recently released, we have The Immortal Story. It was originally made for French television, but eventually found its way into cinemas. Bit of pub quiz trivia fo...
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Blu-ray Review - Chimes at Midnight (1965)
This being Orson Welles ' hundredth birthday, I've been reading a lot of articles and rankings of the great director's work. Chimes at Midnight features in the vast majority of them. I hadn't seen it before nor had I read Shakespeare's Henry IV or Henry V. ...
This being Orson Welles' hundredth birthday, I've been reading a lot of articles and rankings of the great director's work. Chimes at Midnight features in the vast majority of them. I hadn't seen it before nor had I read Shak...
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Blu-ray Review - Too Much Johnson (1938)
I have only a passing familiarity with Orson Welles ' earlier work, but Too Much Johnson is one of the most obscure in the filmmaker's back catalogue. Thought lost until 2008 when it was found in a warehouse and remastered for Welles' 100th birthday, it fee...
I have only a passing familiarity with Orson Welles' earlier work, but Too Much Johnson is one of the most obscure in the filmmaker's back catalogue. Thought lost until 2008 when it was found in a warehouse and remastered for...
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Win Digging Up The Marrow On DVD
To celebrate the release of the documentary mash-up Digging Up The Marrow from horror master Adam Green (Hatchet, Frozen) - out now on DVD - we have a copy to giveaway! Based on the dark illustrations of celebrated artist Alex Pardee and starring Ray Wise (...
To celebrate the release of the documentary mash-up Digging Up The Marrow from horror master Adam Green (Hatchet, Frozen) - out now on DVD - we have a copy to giveaway! Based on the dark illustrations of celebrated artist Ale...
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Decriminalisation of drugs and what that would lead to: Justin Trefgarne’s Narcopolis is a dystopian take on a hot topic. For a debut feature this sci-fi political thriller is ridiculously ballsy in its choice of subject matt...
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EIFF2015 Review - The Lesson
The Lesson , written and directed by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchenov, has plenty of things to talk about but never seems to feel that way. The farce of desperation is never really milked to its full black comedy potential keeping the feature firmly gro...
The Lesson, written and directed by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchenov, has plenty of things to talk about but never seems to feel that way. The farce of desperation is never really milked to its full black comedy potential...
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The People's Movies is a UK Film Blog based in Paisley near Glasgow with writers all over the country in Edinburgh, Stirling, Glasgow, Newcastle, Leicester, Leeds, Wales, London, Dover. The slogan for this site is “Your Movies, My Movies The People’s Movies” and that’s the reason why I started this site. I’m like you, a movie fan and recently rediscovered my true love for movies. I wanted a platform where I could talk about movies, write about them, show the trailers and give honest opinions without prejudice. Ever loved a movie that mainstream media has loathed or visa versa, they loved, but you hated? Then The People’s Movies is the site to share your opinion.

I wanted to talk, argue, debate without the mainstream snobbery hanging over your heads, whatever your opinion, no questions asked. What first started as a past-time whilst at college has now explode into a fully fledged blog/website, which seems to grow all the time. Away back on November 20th 2008 I didn’t think this site would last as long but thanks to you guys it’s still here and getting bigger and better!!!
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Nominated for Blog of The Year 2011 Totalfilm, Nominated for UK Flim Blog of the year in Richard Attenborough Film Awards 2012
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