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Archive for September, 2017
 
 
 
 
Filmreview
 

Review: There is something refreshingly appealing about any attempt to rejuvenate the rather stale concept of young, passionate and uplifting love: the force that keeps the world afloat. It is not to say it has gone, but the im...

 
 
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Can you have too much of a good thing? Some would say yes, others would shut this question down as being ridiculous. When I think of this question my mind immediately travels to film franchises and I’d be lying if I said that T...

 
 
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The era of the multiplex has brought many changes to cinema-going, what used to be a grand affair, matinee screenings with thousands of seats, has been swapped for smaller screens and smaller audiences. Recent changes like addi...

 
 
Debate
 

Recently, the Sundance Institute unveiled its new look for the 2018 festival and some significant programming changes. During the past couple of years, Sundance has debuted new series in its Special Events section, but due to t...

 
 
Filmreview
 
 

[Review] – ‘Anti Matter’

 
 
 
 
 
 
July 23, 2017
 



Review: Kier Burrows’ first feature film is billed as a sci-fi take on Alice in Wonderland, but while the influence is certainly apparent, Anti Matter arguably has more in common with psychological thrillers such as Memento and...

 
 
Article
 

Given that his parents died tragically when he was eleven years old and he now spends his life working as an anonymous blunt weapon of the secret service, we expect the first screen materialisation of James Bond to be that of a...