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Long Day’s Journey Into Night – Film Review

Long Day’s Journey Into Night (2018) Dir. Bi Gan Cast: Tang Wei, Huang Jue  Duration: 138 mins Cert: 12A Release Date: Out now at Home, Manchester and on general...

A Year In Film: 2019

Louder Than War’s Lee Ashworth looks back and takes stock of 2019 as a year in film. 2019 has been an unexpectedly light year in...

A Dog Called Money – Film Review

A Dog Called Money (2019) Dir. Seamus Murphy Cast: PJ Harvey  Duration: 94 minutes Release date: 8th November 2019  Cinema and streaming via MUBI Currently garnering airplay with her version...

The African Queen – film review

The African Queen (1951) Director: John Huston Cast: Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn Run Time: 105 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 18 November 2019 9/10 Jamie Havlin takes a look at...

The Dogs of War – film review

The Dogs of War (1980) Director: John Irvin Cast: Christopher Walken, Tom Berenger, Colin Blakely Running time: 102 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 14th October 2019 7/10 Jamie Havlin takes a...

Grimmfest 2019 – film festival review

Shown at the Odeon, Manchester 3rd-6th October Ally Davies looks back on the Manchester-based, four day genre film festival, explores the bloody, beating heart of...

La Flor – Film Review

La Flor (2018)                                           ...

Three Films with Sammo Hung – film review

Three Films with Sammo Hung: The Iron-Fisted Monk / The Magnificent Butcher / Eastern Condors Directors: Sammo Hung / Yuen Woo-ping Cast: Sammo Hung, Chan Sing,...

Headshots – Film Review

Headshots (2018) Dir. Chris O'Neill Cast: Olivia Castanho, Christina De La Ossa, Thomas Ohstrom Runtime: 1 hour and 28 minutes All actors may head to sunny Los Angeles to get their...

High Noon – film review

High Noon (1952) Director: Fred Zinnemann Cast: Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly, Lloyd Bridges, Katy Jurado Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 16th September 2019 9/10   Jamie Havlin gives his thoughts on one...

We The Animals – film review

We The Animals (2018) Director: Jeremiah Zagar Cast: Evan Rosado, Isaiah Kristian, Josiah Gabriel, Raúl Castillo Runtime: 94 mins Format: Dual format Release Date: 16th September 2019 7/10 Jamie Havlin takes...

Between the Darkness- film review

Between the Darkness (2019) Dir: Andres Rovira Cast: Nicole Moorea Sherman, Lew Temple, Tate Birchmore Runtime: 1 hour 36 minutes Release date: available to stream on all major platforms  Ally Davies...

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