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REVIEW: Supernova (LFF 2020)

Undoubtedly one of the most anticipated films in this year’s London film festival programme (alongside Francis Lee’s Ammonite) is the sophomore outing from British writer-director Harry Macqueen. World-premiering in competition at San Sebastián earlier this year, the drama is the second movie in the lineup to…

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REVIEW: Night Hunter (2019)

A stellar acting cast. The promise of an intense, crime thriller. A bearded Henry Cavill donning a procession of fantastic jumpers?! On the surface, Night Hunter (or Nomis as it was previously titled) has so much going for it but somehow it manages to get…

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Henry Cavill And Ben Kingsley Star In New Trailer For ‘Night Hunter’

[kad_youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhN1BbokyhU&feature=youtu.be” ]   “Combining the tense, psychological investigation of killer classics such as Silence of the Lambs and Zodiac with fast-paced twists, turns and edge-of- your-seat action, Night Hunter is one of this year’s darkest and most daring thrillers. On the hunt for an…

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Meet The King’s Man In Brand New Teaser

There might be some shocking revelations of late regarding the future of 007, but when it comes to his cheeky, slightly swearier competitor that is the Kingsman franchise, director Matthew Vaughn is looking to the past of the world he’s built with The King’s Man. Today…

Film Reviews, Z - 2018

REVIEW: The Children Act (2018)

Richard Eyre’s latest film, ‘The Children Act’, is an interesting project for the esteemed director; a story of a renowned judge and her battle with hard-hitting cases and her dilapidating marriage. It’s part-drama and part-romance, a genre fusion that Eyre is familiar with, which is…