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Suburbicon

There is something really disheartening about a film that barely resembles the trailer that was sent to market to grab your attention. But, in the case of George Clooney’s latest directorial effort, ...

Six Of The Best: Movie Deserts

The dry, barren and desolate landscape of the desert often stunts any growth or hope of life, and yet it is these very features that have made the desert such a brilliant setting for a growing number...

Hail, Caesar!

Opening the 2016 Glasgow film festival is the latest comedy from the Coen brothers. The film sees the lauded film makers return to a more comedic story after a good few years of straight up drama. Th...

New Releases for May

So we’re five months into the year, almost halfway, and in terms of movie releases it has been quite an exciting one. With top grossing films such as Fast and Furious 7, The Avengers: Age of Ultron a...

Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland is quickly turning into one of the most anticipated films of the year. For a start it has George Clooney in it. Then it is an original property that isn’t tied into an ongoing fran...

The Monuments Men

The popularity of film genres seems to go in cycles. The usual pattern starts with a surprisingly massive hit movie which garners praise and award recognition. This leads to a glut of movies within t...

John’s Top Ten of 2013

It was a bit of a hit and miss year for movies. Some of the most anticipated and heavily promoted films failed to live up to the hype. We had the now normal slew of Superhero movies of varying qualit...

New Releases for November

November marks the first full month where the award contenders come out to play.  several ‘worthy’ films get their release in the hope of Early buzz giving them momentum towards the start...