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My Weekend at London Film Festival

Before last weekend I’d never been to a film festival. It’s something I’d always wanted to do, but the idea of it felt very daunting. I applied for press accreditation, which was accepted and I started making plans to go … Continue reading

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My Internet Is Back!

Hello again and thanks for dropping by. It’s Monday evening, so time for my weekly update on what I plan on watching and reading this week. Before I get to that, I got back from London this afternoon to find … Continue reading

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The Dark Eyes of London – Film Review

Director: Walter Summers Writers: John Argyle, Patrick Kirwan, Walter Summers and Jan Van Lusil Starring: Béla Lugosi, Hugh Williams, Greta Gynt, Edmon Ryan, Wilfred Walter and Alexander Field Rating: ★★★★ Cult classic The Dark Eyes of London is receiving a … Continue reading

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Enemy – Film Review

Director: Denis Villeneuve Writer: Javier Gullón Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Mélanie Laurent, Sara Gadon and Isabella Rossellini Rating: ★★½ Denis Villeneuve has made a name for himself as a director of smart and thought-provoking sci-fi with Arrival, Blade Runner 2049 and … Continue reading

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What I Love About Going to the Cinema

With No Time to Die being released in the UK and Venom in America breaking records, there is a lot of talk about whether cinema is dead or being saved. I don’t think cinema will ever disappear although I do … Continue reading

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