• The Boy in 7 Billion

    Posted: 1st June 2017 | Written by: Karen Hockney

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    Two years ago I received a call from my mother in law. Little did I know then that this 10- minute conversation would change lives and might even end up changing laws around medicinal use of cannabis in the UK and beyond.
  • The Batmobile - An Evolution in Film

    Posted: 1st April 2016 | Written by: Select Car leasing

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    With Batman vs Superman just released, we decided to take a look at the iconic Batmobile car and how this movie icon has changed over the years. We’ve created a truly awesome 3D animation showing the transformation of movie versions of the Batmobile.
  • Sicario (2015)

    Posted: 7th March 2016 | Written by: Ben Browne

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    Denis Villeneuve makes me uncomfortable. I don't blame the man, it's his job after all. Whilst I rate his previous films Prisoners and especially Enemy, there's no denying that his films aren’t exactly “fun”, considering they intentionally pick at your nerves like banjo strings and damage your calm.
  • The Martian (2015)

    Posted: 2nd March 2016 | Written by: Ben Browne

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    There's a special kind of dread that settles in the pit of your stomach when one of your favourite directors starts on a streak of films that don't quite connect. I love me some Ridley Scott. Both Blade Runner and Alien have had huge impacts on me and I'm a big fan of the majority of his back catalogue. However, the man's been off the boil for a while.
  • Goosebumps (2016)

    Posted: 27th February 2016 | Written by: Ben Browne

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    The “Goosebumps” series of books, like Stephen King's tales for kids, have sold an impressive 400 million copies worldwide. They became a huge franchise and a cultural phenomenon spawning a TV show, video games and tons of merchandise.
  • The Hateful Eight (2016)

    Posted: 20th January 2016 | Written by: Ben Browne

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    I’ve been a Tarantino fan for many years. I feel it’s necessary to qualify that bias straight of of the gate. Sometimes Tarantino fans can get carried away stumbling over themselves to call his latest film a masterpiece or something similar, whilst ignoring any legitimate flaws.
  • King Tommy and the God of Beginnings

    Posted: 18th January 2016 | Written by: Monique Gold

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    When you write two stories that eventually turn into one, you have to dig deep into your own personal experiences and keep it real to the core. King Tommy and the God of Beginnings is about my life with an Indian Therapy Dog who touches the lives of countless people, in this world and en route to the next. It's a book about doing the right thing, a journey across the world in search of forgiveness.
  • Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)

    Posted: 28th December 2015 | Written by: Ben Browne

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    In keeping with the traditional nature of the season, now is the time of year where we get a ton of “Best Christmas films ever” lists popping up on websites and blogs, but one film that still doesn't get the recognition it deserves is Shane Black's Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.
  • Fantastic Four (2015)

    Posted: 27th December 2015 | Written by: Ben Browne

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    Even as a superhero fan, I will admit it's getting difficult to keep track of all the super-powered films fighting for elbow space in a crowded market. As a reviewer, I feel my job is to sort the wheat from the chaff and tell you which ones might be worth the trek to your local cinema.
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)

    Posted: 24th December 2015 | Written by: Ben Browne

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    Any discussion of The Force Awakens is going to involve something that someone out there will regard as a film-ruining spoiler, but I promise I'll tread as lightly as I can whilst still delivering the same level of absolutely-bloody-nailing-it film criticism you should all be used to by now.
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