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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...

Marfa Mystery Lights a concert for the UFO’s Ft. The Secret Machines – DVD review

Marfa Mystery Lights a concert for the UFO’s Ft. The Secret Machines (Les presses du reel) DVD Available now A few days after much Christmas cheer my...

12 Years a Slave (2013) – film review

Oscar nominated film 12 Years a Slave is one of the most powerful films you'll see this year says Louder Than War's Robert Pegg.

Milius – film / dvd review

Milius is a documentary telling the life story of one of the most influential and controversial film directors in the history of Hollywood, John Milius

Nosferatu – DVD / Blu-ray review

Nosferatu (1922) – DVD / Blu-ray Review Director: F.W. Murnau Writer: Henrik Galeen Stars: Max Schreck, Greta Schröder, Ruth Landshoff Due out 18 November 2013 Louder Than War's Ryan Gumbley reviews Eureka!...

Steven Wilson: Drive Home – CD / DVD package review

Drive Home is a rather fine companion piece to Steven Wilson's The Raven That Refused To SIng (And Other Stories), released earlier this year.

Louder Than War Talk to Dub Sex and Rikki Turner about A Special Halloween Charity Concert for St Marys Hospital

On Eve Of Special Halloween Charity Gig For St Mary's Hospital Louder Than War Talk To Dub Sex and Rikki Turner about it.

Another Top Ten Favourite YouTube Documentaries

Following up on the feature "Louder Than War’s Top Ten Favourite YouTube Documentaries" which we published not long back here's another ten to get your teeth into, all of which are currently available on YouTube.

The Birth of a Nation – DVD / Blu-ray review

Back in July the brilliant Masters of Cinema series re-released one of the most important films in the history of cinema, D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation.

Filth – film review

Opening in a cinema near you tomorrow Filth tells the story of a bipolar, bigoted junkie cop who manipulates and hallucinates his way through the festive season in a bid to secure promotion and win back his wife and daughter. Read on to see what our man Joe Whyte thought of it.

White House Down – film review

White House Down isn’t so much a film in its own right but rather a straight rip off of other films. Here’s a bit from Con Air, now there’s a scene just like The Rock and here we go with Die Hard.

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