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Movie Review: Panic

Physically and psychologically scarred after a brutal attack, agoraphobic music journalist Andrew (Interstellar’s David Gyasi) lives a solitary existence, hermetically sealed in his high-rise flat, never...
4.0

Movie Review: Creepy

After he is almost killed by an escaped psychopath, police detective Takakura (Hidetoshi Nishijima) gives up his career in Tokyo to become a university lecturer, teaching criminal psychology. But when he and...
4.0

Movie Review: The Brother

“Nobody is who you imagine them to be. We are probably a bit of a mystery even to ourselves.  In the end what matters is how many marks you’ve left behind.” Someone trying to leave as few marks...
4.0

Movie Review: A Patch Of Fog

A one-hit literary wunderkind coasting on the 25-year success of his first novel, author Sandy Duffy (Conleth Lee) makes a comfortable living as a TV personality, butting heads on a late-night arts review show...
4.0

Movie Review: K-Shop

In a time of tremendous turbulence in the British cultural and political landscape, awareness and comment in our cinema is vital. Even more so perhaps is a cinema that examines our identity, not only in terms...
5.0

Movie Review: The Violators

Having spent a year collecting favourable reviews on the world festival circuit, one of the more interesting, challenging Brit flicks that played last year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival,...