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Lucky – film review -cinematic swan song of Harry Dean Stanton

Lucky (2017) Director: John Carroll Lynch Cast: Harry Dean Stanton, David Lynch, Tom Skerritt Run Time: 88 mins Format: Dual format Out: 12/11/18 9/10 Jamie Havlin gives his opinion on the...

Hitler’s Hollywood – film review

Louder Than War's Jamie Havlin assesses a documentary, Hitler's Hollywood, which examines the rigid political and cultural censorship applied to the thousand or so films made in Germany during the reign of the Nazi Party.

Stan Lee: A Tribute

With the news breaking yesterday that Marvel supremo Stan Lee had passed away at the age of 95 we invited guest writer and comic...

Jackie Chan’s Project A and Project A Part II – film review

Jamie Havlin gives his assessment of a couple of action-adventure comedies directed by and starring Hong Kong superstar Jackie Chan.

Rescue Under Fire (Zona Hostil) – film review

Jamie Havlin takes a look at Rescue Under Fire - a tense and exciting action thriller from Spain.

Lakeshore Records & Invada Records To Release Brand New Clint Mansell Soundtrack – LTW Exlusive Premier

Lakeshore Records & Invada Records to release brand new Clint Mansell soundtrack to Ben Wheatley's forthcoming film  Happy New Year, Colin Burstead and share...

Jackie Chan’s Police Story & Police Story 2 – film review

Jackie Chan's Police Story and Police Story 2 - Jamie Havlin takes a look at two exhilarating martial arts comedies for Louder Than War.

Flesh + Blood: film review

Jamie Havlin tales a look at the first English language film from controversial director Paul Verhoeven, 80s action adventure Flesh + Blood.

King of Hearts – film review

King of Hearts (1966) Director: Philippe de Broca Cast: Alan Bates, Geneviève Bujold Runtime: 104 minutes Subtitles: English (optional) Out Now 8/10 Jamie Havlin gives his opinion on a cult anti-war...

Iron Monkey – film review

Jamie Havlin takes a look at an exhilarating action adventure that critics have called one of the greatest martial arts films of all time for Louder Than War.

The Defiant Ones – film review

Our film man, Jamie Havlin, checks out The Deiant Ones - on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK.

Breakheart Pass – film review

Jamie Havlin spends an afternoon with an old fashioned western - Breakheart Pass - out on blu-ray for the first time.

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