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Little Shop of Horrors is a blood-sucking success!

I've given you sunlight I've given you rain Looks like you're not happy 'Less I open a vein. Ringing any bells yet? These are some of the infamous lines from the song Grow For Me, in the black...

Ghost gets a spirited welcome at Venue Cymru

I was very excited when heading through the pouring rain to see Ghost at Venue Cymru in Llandudno on the opening night. One of my favorite films of all time, starring the late great Patrick...

Spectre Review

007 is back in the intriguing Spectre, the 24th instalment of the hugely successful and iconic franchise that helps right the wrong of the previous Skyfall and finally allows Daniel Craig to headline what...

120 BPM (Beats Per Minute) Review by Richard Chester

THE activities of a real-life AIDS-activist group in 1990s Paris are the focus point for 120 BPM (Beats Per Minute), a work as honest as it is hard-hitting which won both the Grand Prix...

Brooklyn Review

THE Oscar race for Best Actress officially kicks off with John Crowley’s Irish-immigrant drama Brooklyn, a moving yet entertaining work that benefits from a truly excellent and award-worthy performance from its lead star, Saoirse...

45 Years Review

BRITISH cinema has arguably made a much-needed return to form this year thanks to Testament of Youth, The Duke of Burgundy and Queen and Country. Now 45 Years, a relationship drama from Andrew Haigh,...

Eye in the Sky Review

THE word gripping is an understatement when asked to describe Eye in the Sky, a morality thriller about drone warfare that benefits from a convincing cast including Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul and especially, the...

Lean on Pete Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzlazAyylw8 THREE years after delivering the impressive Oscar-nominated drama 45 Years, Andrew Haigh continues to build his reputation as one of the UK's most interesting directors of his generation by going stateside with a heart-rending...

Rams Review

A RIVALRY between two brothers on a farm in Iceland is centre stage for Rams, an often darkly humorous yet unexpectedly moving drama that acts as a quality example of modern Nordic cinema courtesy...

The Innocents Review

A CHALLENGING exploration of nuns in post-war Poland is the focus point for The Innocents, a difficult but rewarding piece from French director Anne Fontaine that wholly deserves any praise for which it receives. In the winter...
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