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Film Review: Ghost Stories

Ghost Stories is a British horror film directed by Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman, who also stars in the film as Professor Goodman. Personally, I really enjoyed the film and because it is still showing in some cinemas, I will … Continue reading

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Introducing: Black Lake

Whatever your thoughts might be about Kickstarter,  Indiegogo and other crowdfunding platforms, one thing is for sure — it gives grassroots talent the opportunity to actually gain a budget and make content, where normally they may have struggled to do … Continue reading

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Film Review: Deep Blue Sea 2

Ok, before I begin, you should know… I enjoyed watching the first Deep Blue Sea. It had some corny one-liners, plenty of blood, and a decent story. Well… decent enough. For those that haven’t seen it, the story is set … Continue reading

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Now Available Online: Hell’s Bells

We’re delighted to be able to announce that after screening with us in the back of a mobile cinema last week, Hell’s Bells is now available to watch online! This, one of our favourite short films of the year, is produced by Devon-based … Continue reading

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Film Review: Revenge (2017)

I’m very skeptical about rape-revenge films – to what extent are they empowering? Do we really need to watch long everlasting minutes of rape to realise women are strong and will take their revenge? Personally I think that they should … Continue reading

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