Film and TV

Film and TV

Godflesh: Rescue Rooms Nottingham – live review

The drums, hammering like sheet metal workers in the depths of some dark, black factory, pound on and on, dragging you into the beat like some massive robotic heart. Then the bass sound starts, layered over the clinical industry sized percussion all it needs is the guitar, sharp, pure and so very very loud and Godflesh are here again. Justin sings and the world stops. How can that skinny frame make that demonic noise.

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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For – film review

We review the gory, visually stunning follow up to Robert Rodriguez hit film Sin City.

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Battle Rap: A global movement of misfits, not gangsters

Australian battle rap is a thriving movement – find out more about it and how you can help get the Battle Boys documentary made

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The Firm (1989): Film Review

The Firm (Alan Clarke/BBC) Feb1989 8/10 Alan Clarke’s The Firm presents an uncompromising look at life under Thatcherism, and how mostly middle-aged, married working men go in search of rucks simply ’cause they like “the buzz”. Louder Than War’s Andy [...]

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The Equalizer: Film Review

The Equalizer (2014) (Antoine Fuqua/Columbia Pictures) Sept 2014 8/10 Based around the cult ’80s TV show of the same name, The Equalizer is an immersive thriller starring Denzel Washington, revolving around his relationship to his mundane day to day live, [...]

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