Category Archives: Film

Groundhog Day (1993) Review

Readers who had the misfortune to see Year One (2009) may doubt this, but there was a time not too long ago when Harold Ramis was considered one of the sharper comedy filmmakers in the business. Co-Writing and Acting in … Continue reading

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Badlands (1973) Review

“It’s still the best work I’ve done” -Martin Sheen. 1973 remains a key year in American Filmmaking for several reasons. The year of The Exorcist and American Graffiti, it came at the height of the so called ‘New Golden Age’ … Continue reading

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Ghost Ship Review (2002)

Ghost Ship is both an appropriately brief title and a concise summary of the film’s hackneyed plot; a mysterious ‘Ghost Ship’ is boarded with unforeseen and ultimately deadly consequences (a phrase that could be applied to both the cast and … Continue reading

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The Blair Witch Project (1999) Review

‘In October of 1994, three student filmmakers disappeared in the woods near Burkittsville, Maryland while shooting a documentary…A year later their footage was found.’ As the opening caption of horror ‘mockumentary’, The Blair Witch Project states as fact, said footage … Continue reading

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We Are What We Eat Review

Watching his fellow students arrive reluctantly at school one day 15 Year Old Sam Toller was hit by a sudden thought; ‘What if they all turned into Zombies?’, not the dead eyed, late night Call of Duty addicts suffering from … Continue reading

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Prometheus Review (2012)

In 1979 filmgoers left the ground-breaking original Alien with a variety of emotions: nausea, fear, and in some cases bafflement. Along with the now infamous chestburster scene, one fleeting moment in the film has continued to instigate debate: exploring the … Continue reading

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RocknRolla Review (2008)

Despite his fresh success with the back to back Sherlock Holmes films, as recently as four years Ago Guy Ritchie was a director shunned by both audiences, and Critics. Riding high on the Success of his breakout films Lock Stock … Continue reading

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