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Review – BLOOD RANSOM

Reviewed by: Naila Scargill Melding romance, thriller and horror, Blood Ransom is certainly ambitious, opting for a slow-burn approach that belies the race against time at the heart of its story.…

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Review – AFTERIMAGES

Reviewed by: Naila Scargill While the horror anthology is nothing new, Afterimages presents an excellent concept; basing itself on Asia’s Hungry Ghost Festival, whereby gifts are burned as offerings to the spirit world, here a group…

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The Imitation Game – Review

The Imitation Game, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing, is 'a masterful telling of a fascinating story' says Nikki Baughan…

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Interstellar – Review

"When a film is as ambitious, intelligent and moving as Interstellar, you can't help but be awed," says Nikki Baughan…

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Devilworks announce UK release for Time Lapse

After winning its fair share of international festival awards, sci-fi feature Time Lapse is coming to audiences in UK and Ireland.…

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Time Lapse – Review

Time Lapse – Sci-Fi Trailer from DEVILWORKS on Vimeo. When one of the tenants dies, Finn (Matt O’Leary), the custodian of a gated community, his girlfriend Callie (Danielle Panabaker) and Jasper (George Finn) discover a…

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The Double – Review

Richard Ayoade's The Double, which stars Jesse Eisenberg as a man suffering the ultimate identity crisis, is both 'stylish and memorable' says NikkI Baughan…

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Review – We Are The Best!

Director Lukas Moodysson Screenplay Lukas Moodysson, from the comic book by Coco Moodysson Stars Liv LeMoyne, Mira Grosin, Mira Barkhammar Opens April 11 The inspiration for this little gem comes from Lukas Moodysson’s wife Coco,…

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Only Lovers Left Alive

Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive 'resurrects the vampire as an entirely adult anti-hero' says Nikki Baughan…

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Only Lovers Left Alive live music gig

February 6 seems to have been one of London’s most event-packed evenings of the year so far, tube strike notwithstanding. The first The Fly Awards were taking place at The Forum in Kentish Town, East…

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