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The Raid DVD Review
When someone tells you 'don't believe the hype' in regards to a certain film you have to say the majority of the time there true as that film ends up being a disappointment not living up to the hype. However, there are times such as Gareth Evans The Raid a ...

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Watch The Trailer For Angelina Jolie Produced Animation The Breadwinner
We do love anime and Studio Ghibli but if the movie is not from the iconic Japanese studio, Disney-Pixar sadly sometimes has a hard time convincing those regular filmgoers to try something a little different like this one, The Breadwinner . Thankfully more ...

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Takashi Miike's Cannes Bound Blade Of Immortal Gets An English Language Trailer
Cannes Film Festival is now under way and cult Japanese filmmaker Takashi Miike recently saw his 100th movie Blade Of Immortal launch at the festival and today we can look at the movies English language trailer. The name of this movie's title may be very fa...

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DVD Review: LUCKY LUKE
Last Year when Italy's so-called biggest selling comic book Dylan Dog starring Brandon Routh (Superman Returns) became a film and was released in U.S.A, it was been branded one of the most popular and biggest selling comics in the world it was greeted with ...

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Dead By Dawn 2017 Review - The Night Watchmen (2017)
Director Michael Altieri spent a few years working on dingy but ambitious flicks ( The Hamiltons, The Thomsons ) with Phil Flores under the title of The Butcher Brothers . Since 2012 Altieri has been working by himself on inconsistent genre pieces, but The ...

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Dead By Dawn 2017 Review - The Evil Within (2017)
The Evil Within is an inconspicuous horror film with an inconspicuous horror title. You'd probably scroll past it on a streaming service, waving it off as another forgettable venture into low-quality filmmaking. You would probably not realise that this film...

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Dead By Dawn 2017 Review - Without Name (2016)
Lorcan Finnegan 's gorgeous debut feature film Without Name , written by Garret Shanley , is a rare beast. It’s a film covering dangerously well-stamped ground and yet it retains its own unique psychedelic nature. For his debut, Finnegan sticks to the theme...

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GFF 2013 - Sleep Tight (Mientras Duermes) DVD Review
For many years Nick Ross on BBC's long-running Crimewatch tv show used to tell us to 'sleep well, don't have nightmares', In Jaime Balaguero 's Sleep Tight (Mientras Duermes) literally the nightmare is under you!Under your bed!For the past few years Balague...

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Film Review - Lady Macbeth (2016)
They say never judge a book by its cover, this is a saying you could easily relate with William Oldroyd' s Lady Macbeth . An impressive unflinching directorial debut feature of oppression and lust in North East England. This movie may share the name of one ...

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BFI To Release Max Ophuls' Madame De On Dual Format
Madame de… will be screened in Cannes Classics at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival in honour of Danielle Darrieux’s 100th birthday on 1 May . Featuring nuanced performances by all three lead actors; Charles Boyer, Danielle Darrieux and Vittorio De Sica , and d...
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