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Death Note (2017)

After Warner Bros didn’t feel like they could take a risk on a mid-range film about a magic notebook that kills people, their loss meant that Netflix swooped in to […]

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Annabelle: Creation

Annabelle: Creation isn’t a game changer, nor does it attempt to be. Director David Sandberg has hit the usual horror high notes and with that piles on the terror that […]

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When Marnie was There (2014)

Becoming an addition to the Studio Ghibli catalogue allows you the privilege of millions of fans before your film has even hit the cinemas. Of course, it also means that […]

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The Life of Oharu (1952)

The Life of Oharu makes Requiem for a Dream look like a comedy. Kenji Mizoguchi, one of Japan’s greatest exports of cinema, called this film his personal masterpiece, and it’s […]

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Silence (2016)

“I pray but I am lost. Am I just praying to silence?” Religion is never a comfortable area to tread into. It seems as each day passes the topic becomes […]

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Why Him? (2016)

Why Him? is a film for those who are still clinging to that festive cheer. Unlike our friends on the other side of the pond, here in the UK the film, […]

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Logan Lucky (2017)

Cinematic retirement means nothing anymore. Just like Kevin Smith and Hayao Miyazaki, Steven Soderbergh decided to dust of his camera lens for Logan Lucky, his self-proclaimed “Oceans 7-11″ which has him return […]

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Moana (2016)

The day that John Lasseter crossed over from Pixar to Disney signaled a monumental shift in Western animation. Ever since Tangled hit cinemas back in 2010 they have gone from strength to strength, […]