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The Wonder – Review

Ireland, 1862. The spectre of the Famine looms large over the island. People are starved of hope and haunted by loss. This is the backdrop of Sebastian Lelio’s The Wonder, based on Emma Donoghue’s bo...

Elizabeth Harvest

Elizabeth Harvest is one of those films that will surprise you. It starts as mystery thriller with some very fine ideas behind it. What it becomes is something entirely different. In order to preserv...
Red Sparrow

Red Sparrow

Subterfuge; sexual intrigue; brutal violence. On paper, Francis Lawrence’s Red Sparrow should be a really relevant and exciting piece of cinema. After all, the thought of modern day Russian operative...

Win A Copy Of Bleed For This On DVD

In association with Premier Comms we are offering he chance to win a coy of Bleed For This on DVD. Featuring a gripping central performance from the increasingly eye-catching Miles Teller, the film f...

The Debt

Every action has a reaction. It may not be immediate and it may not be apparent, but it will happen and the consequences of the action can be far reaching.  This forms the basic premise for the 2011 ...