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The Guest in 100 Words

Borrowing the simple plot ideas, snyth soundtrack and general ambience of many a horror film, The Guest is a fantastic slice of retro handled by a team who have the skill to do it justice. […]

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SDS 2014 Review

The end of another year. You know what that means don’t you? It’s time to make lists! I’d love to hear what you think of my choices, and what you’re own might be, so let […]

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Dracula Untold in 100 Words

Though it lacks any real bite, Universal’s needless rewriting of the Dracula mythos is nonetheless a perfectly OK distraction for ninety minutes. Evans makes for a convincingly troubled hero, all furrowed brow and quietly commanding […]

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Paddington in 100 Words

Neither a hard stare nor my emergency sandwiches were needed to get through this delightful version of the classic children’s story. From the old recording detailing the discovery of talking bears to the final confrontation, […]

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2014

Interstellar

Christopher Nolan once again presents a high level idea to the masses in a way that wows yet remains digestible. Mind blowing both mentally and at times physically. Despite my love for the Dark Knight […]

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22 Jump Street in 100 Words

Lord and Miller continue their hot streak of pleasingly off the wall and entertaining films, yet no amount of self-awareness can fix the issues created by a second act in need of tightening up. Hill’s […]