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Film Review: Host

Strike while the iron is hot is an adage that can be applied liberally to Rob Savage’s brilliantly creepy British film, Host. Filmed entirely in lockdown over several months and pieced together as a Zoom conference call, Rob and his … Continue reading

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Frenzy: Hitchcock’s Last British Film

Alfred Hitchcock hails from the UK, but it wasn’t until he moved to the US early in his career that he truly gained fame. His first American film was Rebecca in 1940, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture. … Continue reading

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FILM REVIEW: RELIC

We’re currently experiencing one of the scariest periods in human history. All those films you’ve previously devoured that explored themes of plague, panic, and the apocalypse from the comfort of the cinema or your own couch are now happening all … Continue reading

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Film Review: Psycho II – ‘It’s starting again’

This June marked the 60th anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece, Psycho. It’s one of those films that I literally watch at least once a year and have included it in many of my essays during my time at university while … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Vast Of Night

As we all struggle through the midst of the COVID-19 lockdown, Amazon Studios brings us an unexpected gift with The Vast of Night; an ambitious sci-fi tale with filled with old-fashioned reserve and boundless ambition. In an era where spectacle … Continue reading

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