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Jungle (2017)

Daniel Radcliffe is making a name for himself within the indie scene, its one thing to support independent film with your talents but the scripts aren’t always the greatest, none more so than this based on a true story of one man’s survival…

The Glass Castle (2017)

You can choose your friends but not your family, a term firmly used on a universal scale, even more, prevalent so in this adaptation of America Journalist and writer, Jeanette Well’s autobiographical journey retelling her unconventional…

Brimstone (2016)

A western, with a woman at the heart of the story, is something we rarely see, but when we are graced with a rare gem it’s always the woman who is supposed to depict the helpless damsel in distress at the hand of sick, twisted single-minded…

‘Sound bite’ of the week…

“It’s a projection of my life and what I’m thinking about. But my ego is in every character in every film that I’ve made. I’m the ballerina in Black Swan. I’m the wrestler in The Wrestler. I can see how people will especially make the…

mother! (2017)

Initially, Darren Aronofsky’s symbolic nightmare is a driving force in shock and awe, garishly spinning the brain into a haze of exhausting disbelief trying to piece together the oddly macabre manifestation which takes the route of utter,…

Gods Own Country (2017)

A story of love in the Yorkshire Dales rains down on its gloomy and lonely existence in the vast sprawling hills of homosexual encounters in first time director, Francis Lee’s Gods Own Country with a fierce yet calm ferocity reminiscent of…