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Greyhound (Review) – Engaging war drama lacks depth

Bypassing cinema screens in favour of Apple TV, director Aaron Schneider’s new film ‘Greyhound’ writhes with similar energy to that of The Battle of the River Plate (1956). However, unlike the aforementioned film, ‘Greyhound’ attempts to dispense with the classic

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Ghosts of War – The haunting trauma of war

This review is brought to you in partnership with our friends at Vertigo Releasing Ghosts of War is available to stream and buy from 17th July 2020 on all major platforms Horror films exploring the interface between war, trauma, violence,

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Neil Baker

Film of the Week – Welcome to Chechnya

Welcome to Chechnya is now available to stream on BBC iPlayer As someone who has spent my adult life fighting for LGBTQ equality, I watched the growing persecution of LGBTQ people in Russia with horror. The introduction of the 2013

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Neil Baker

Fanny Lye Deliver’d (2019) – Film of the Week

Thomas Clay’s third highly anticipated film ‘Fanny Lye Deliver’d’ has had a long and challenging journey to the screen. Languishing in post production for almost three years due to funding pressures. However, after much delay it premiered at the BFI

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Here’s Johnny! – The Shining at 40

In May 1980 Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining received its world premiere, its cinematic and cultural influence showing no signs of dissipating forty years later. As film fans old and new continue to unpick the reasons for its sheer brilliance. For

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Greyhound (Review) – Engaging war drama lacks depth

Bypassing cinema screens in favour of Apple TV, director Aaron Schneider’s new film ‘Greyhound’ writhes with similar energy to that of The Battle of the River Plate (1956). However, unlike the aforementioned film, ‘Greyhound’ attempts to dispense with the classic

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Ghosts of War – The haunting trauma of war

This review is brought to you in partnership with our friends at Vertigo Releasing Ghosts of War is available to stream and buy from 17th July 2020 on all major platforms Horror films exploring the interface between war, trauma, violence,

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Knife + Heart (2018)
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