Film Review Archive

  • Kiss Of The Damned DVD Review

    Kiss Of The Damned DVD Review

    2.5/5
    There has been a recent resurgence of quality, innovative horror films that are making their own noise while drawing respectfully from the classics of the genre. James Wan has been at the forefront of this movement with Insidious 1 & 2 and The Conjuring. Israeli filmmakers Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado have drawn the attention [...]

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  • Film Review VII – Podcast

    Film Review VII – Podcast

    It’s December and Jonny embarks on the final Film Review before wandering off in the direction of China. It includes this month’s Espy Film Club programme, reviews of The Master, Rust and Bone and many more. Click on the link below to listen. Film Review Podcast on Living Room Broadcasting Corporation Follow Jonny on Twitter [...]

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  • Film Review VI – Podcast

    Film Review VI – Podcast

    It’s November and Jonny and are joined by Jake King for another review of Portobello’s own Espy Film Club and reviews of releases including Looper, On the Road and Frankenweenie. Click on the link below to listen Film Review Podcast on Living Room Broadcasting Corporation Follow Jonny on Twitter @joffglen   https://twitter.com/joffglen   

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  • Film Review IV – Podcast

    Film Review IV – Podcast

        Film Review Podcast on Living Room Broadcasting Corporation     Click on the link above to listen     This month Jonny and David give their verdict on this month’s Espy film club choices, new releases including the new Spiderman and Batman movies and their response to the recent Sight and Sound top [...]

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  • The Film Review – Podcast

    The Film Review – Podcast

    The Film Review Podcast

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  • Weekend DVD Review

    Weekend DVD Review

    4.5/5
    Considering what a banner year 2011 was for British cinema, Weekend, the second feature from director Andrew Haigh, may prove to be the very best of the crop of accomplished home grown films that hit multiplexes last year. Set over the course of a single autumn weekend in Nottingham, the film begins when Russell (Tom [...]

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