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The Informer Review

Bit of an under the radar release this one. In fact it’s fair to say that it’s media profile wasn’t so much low as non-existent, I think I only saw one trailer in the run-up to release and it looked fairly generic and nondescript, but with us being in a release lull lately, I wasn’t…

Angel Has Fallen Review

If you’d have told me back in 2013 that the generic action thriller Olympus Has Fallen would spawn not one, but two sequels, I probably wouldn’t have been that surprised and despaired anew at the creative bankruptcy of the film industry all over again. I’m exaggerating slightly, of course, but the point I’m trying to…

One Hour Photo Review

The job of the critic is often a thankless one. What with many people regarding us as the bottom-feeders of the cinema world, whose very existence is pretentious, we’d have every right to feel a bit put out. But, the reason a critic criticises in the first place is almost universally because of their love…

Crawl Review

Secret screenings are a bit of a crap shoot to be honest. I struck lucky earlier this month when I attended one that ended up being Blinded By the Light, which I really enjoyed, so I took the plunge and booked another one. It started with disappointment, unfortunately, as I really wanted the screening to…

Glass Review

M. Night Shyamalan has a very mixed history, which is the kindest thing I can say about his filmography really. On one hand there’s modern classics such as The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable and some of Signs and on the other hand there’s After Earth, The Happening and, God help us, The Last Airbender. In fact,…

Hotel Artemis Review

After a few big-budget films in the last few weeks, I thought I needed a bit of a change of pace. I came across the trailer for this while surfing YouTube for videos about films (I don’t get out much) and thought the premise was cool enough, even if it was somewhat reminiscent of the…