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He Wasn’t Just The Fifth Member Of Joy Division: A Film About Martin Hannett – film review

We reviewed this documentary back in January but it's released next week we thought we'd run another by someone who knew Martin Hannett, Nicky Crewe.

We Are The Best! Broadway, Nottingham – film review

Lukas Moodysson's new one, We Are the Best!, is a feel good film about 3 teenage girls putting a punk band together.

Ace In The Hole | Violent Saturday – dvd reviews

Ace In The Hole and Violent Saturday released on Blu-ray & DVD by Eureka! Entertainment. Ian Johnston reviews.

Roma by Federico Fellini – DVD review

Eureka! Entertainment recently re-released Roma, one of the landmark films in the history of '70s art-film, directed by Federico Fellini. It's part of their award-winning The Masters of Cinema Series. Louder Than War's Ryan Gumbley reviews it for Louder Than War.

For Those in Peril (2013) – DVD review

Multi award winning Scottish film For Those in Peril has just received a DVD release. Chances are this is your first chance to see this home grown UK classic.

The first trailer for Frank, the film inspired by the musician Chris Sievey and Starring Michael Fassbender, has been revealed

The first trailer for Frank, the film inspired by the musician Chris Sievey and Starring Michael Fassbender, has dropped.

Wake In Fright (1971) – film review

For Louder Than War Ian Johnston reviews the classic ‘lost’ 1971 movie Wake In Fright, which he thinks must rank as one of the best films ever made in Australia.

Classe Tous Risques: DVD / Blu-Ray Review

Claude Sautet’s 1960 movie Classe Tous Risques is one of the best French noir crime movies you have probably never seen. Now it's coming out on DVD and Blu-ray.

Her – film review

Director Spike Jonze is back, intriguing, eccentric and innovative as ever, but is his latest film, Her, really as good as the hype suggests?

Louder Than War Interview: Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Louder Than War talk to Anton Newcombe on his music, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, the internet and addiction.

Withnail and I: Slapstick Festival, Old Vic, Bristol – film / event live review

Withnail and I is the “greatest British film of all time”, proclaimed compère Phill Jupitus. He isn’t the only one to think so. Louder than War’s Nyika Suttie went to a very special screening as part of the Bristol Slapstick Festival.

“He Wasn’t Just The 5th Member Of Joy Division” – A film about Martin Hannett

"He wasn't just the 5th member of Joy Division" - A film about Martin Hannett. A film about Martin Hannett, record producer, musician, scientific experimenter...





The Loft: Up The Hill and Down the Slope – latest in Optic Sevens reissue series

The Loft - Up The Hill And Down The Slope The latest re-issue of classic,...

Adam Schlesinger – Farewell to one of pop’s finest songwriters

Whether penning white-collar laments or Hollywood hits, Fountains of Wayne co-founder and established songwriter...

Khalil Kain: The True Artist – interview

Actor, writer, poet, social conscious songwriter, producer, and recent guitarists, Khalil Kain is the...

WATCH THIS! song from Feverist- Video Premiere of the band behind Peaky Blinders song

For the very first time, tracks from the beloved Peaky Blinders Series 1 are being released. Here at Louder Than War, we are proud to premiere the first video from the band behind the magic. London quartet Feverist unleash track, ‘Arthur’s Hanging’ as the exciting beginning of what’s to come. 

Tallinn Music Week – A Memory for a Possible Future

Tallinn Music Week: a requiem? Or a rebirth? Hauntology for a new beginning.