Film Reviews

REVIEW: The Wave (2019)

Gille Klabin’s The Wave. Where to begin? Justin Long plays Frank, an introverted lawyer playing by a set of rules he perceives to be a means to survive, rather than a means to enjoy life. With a long awaited promotion seemingly about to come his…

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Second Chance: Star Wars Battlefront II

The universe has found peace. No wars against the stars. The Rise of Skywalker has been unleashed into the world, leaving a battle cry in its wake. After catching it myself, I felt the need to get a bigger Star Wars fix in my life…

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REVIEW: The Gentlemen (2020)

Setting aside the pleasantries of the Disney world for a street more familiar, Guy Ritchie returns to his lock stocked roots. The Gentlemen is Ritchie’s loud and proud venture back into cockney crime capers. Alongside Ritchie, he brings with him an interesting casting sheet sure…

Celluloid Screams 2019, Film Reviews

Celluloid Screams 2019: Day Two

The Burden (Short – Dir: Nico van den Brink) Graced with impeccable cinematography that peels away at your already cold skin, The Burden (Het Juk) leaves it mark. Hanna van Vilet and Kay Greidanus play a nameless couple returning to the boyfriend’s childhood home. Celebrating…

Celluloid Screams 2019, Film Reviews

Celluloid Screams 2019: Day One

So it begins! Welcome to our coverage of the eleventh iteration of Celluloid Screams Film Festival, taking place in Sheffield from October 24th to October 27th. We’re nothing short of thrilled to be bringing you reviews of the excellent line up that has been curated….

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Why ‘Modern Warfare’s Gunfight Mode Is Important

It’s almost here. This Friday will see the release of Infinity Ward’s soft reboot of the Modern Warfare franchise and the sixteenth overall instalment in the Call of Duty franchise. Bringing the series back to basics in the same vein as Sledgehammer Games WWII entry,…

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Celluloid Screams Festival 2019 – Top 5 Picks To Look Out For

Sheffield’s first-rate horror festival returns for an eleventh fright. UK horror fans rejoice, as Sheffield is offering up cinematic guts on a silver screen platter once more. From October 24th to October 27th, the Arrow Video sponsored festival will be debuting a delightfully dark selection…