Edgar Wright’s latest film Last Night in Soho was unsurprisingly one of the most highly anticipated films of London Film Festival 2021, to the point where I was willing to get up at 5:30am just so I could be in the queue on time. I know, the things I do for filmmakers right?
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After the hugely disappointing Jigsaw in 2017, it’s safe to say I once again felt apprehensive about another instalment in the long-running Saw franchise which has spanned several films and even video games.
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Rating: ★★★★ 1/2
Being a teenager is hard, as it’s a time in your life where you’re not a child, not really an adult, and you have a lot of complicated stuff going on. There’s school, first loves, trying to fit in, bickering with your parents, the list goes on.
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I’ve been a huge fan of Ashens for years now, so you can imagine my excitement when I found out another film was in the works.
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Getting It is one of those films that proves you don’t need a massive, blockbuster budget to deliver a great piece of work. This project was written, produced and directed by Tom Heard, who also plays one of the main characters in the film.
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Perpetual loneliness is often explored in storytelling, and we’re no stranger to post-apocalyptic films like I Am Legend, 28 Days Later and How I Live Now.
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Rating: ★★★ 1/2
Whilst comic book films aren’t necessarily my area of expertise, I have been known to enjoy a few of them over the years.
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Mark AC Brown‘s debut feature Guardians brings together two very different men who are required to work alongside each other as caretakers (or ‘guardians’).
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