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3d Ago
Alice Sweet Alice (1976) Blu Ray (88 Films) review - Paula E. Sheppard plays a troubled young girl this proto-slasher which also has Brooke Shields in her first role. It's overly melodramatic but has some effectively messy kill scenes. https://t.co/NRDI6PaORc) https://t.co/Sm5urRsBnD
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4d Ago
Racer and the Jailbird (2017) review - Adèle Exarchopoulos and Matthias Schoenaerts play ill-starred lovers in this entertaining but shallow romantic crime melodrama. https://t.co/8J22OoaYU0 https://t.co/mdaC6V1JVq
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6d Ago
Allure (2017) DVD (Eureka!) review - This controversial look at an abusive relationship between a grown woman and an adolescent girl will upset many viewers. However, it is well-acted, frank and non-exploitative - if rough around the edges. https://t.co/L9716AHgTy) https://t.co/M5XILVXPLH
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3h Ago
@WatchAlonePod @ArrowFilmsVideo I did, found it pretentious and incomprehensible, though I’ve heard from some people that it gets better on repeat viewings.
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6h Ago
The Case of the Scorpion's Tail (1971) Blu Ray (Arrow) review - This typically entertaining Sergio Martino giallo makes up for its convoluted and contrived plot with some energetic setpieces and blood-splattered murders. @ArrowFilmsVideo https://t.co/UgYI4Guqpt) https://t.co/arNujekjSU
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1w Ago
The China Syndrome (1979) Blu Ray (Indicator) review - James Bridges' account of a nuclear plant incident has some truly chilling real-life precedents. Excellent performances courtesy of Jane Fonda, Jack Lemmon and Michael Douglas. https://t.co/oEGLvx9NHk) https://t.co/XMKtsyigpC
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1w Ago
Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985) Blu Ray (The Criterion Collection) review - Paul Schrader's multi-stranded examination of one of Japan's most memorable and controversial cultural figures is a beautiful and hugely ambitious piece of cinema. https://t.co/9xreudDDmq) https://t.co/DqevFsikRq
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2w Ago
#EIFF 2018: Several Conversations About a Very Tall Girl (2017) review - Silvana Mihai and Florentina Nastase play a lesbian couple with their differences on how 'out' they are in a drama which has been dubbed 'the Romanian Blue Is The Warmest Colour’. https://t.co/rwfYegYsSh) https://t.co/vehj74DadG
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2w Ago
Dark River (2017) Blu Ray & DVD (Arrow Academy) - Clio Barnard's loose adaptation of Rose Tremain's novel Trespass, transplanted to the Yorkshire Dales, is well made and acted but ultimately little more than artistically-mounted gloom porn. https://t.co/i4R8x2vPXx) https://t.co/b6OvWzxGQP
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2w Ago
#EIFF 2018: Ideal Home (2018) review - The double act of Paul Rudd and Steve Coogan generates enough hilarity to offset this film's soft and predictable approach to drama. Coogan, in particular, essays another of his classic celebrity buffoons. https://t.co/eIfC7KfpbJ https://t.co/4yafUPSLWv
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2w Ago
#EIFF 2018: An interview with Obey's writer & director Jamie Jones. @obeyfilm https://t.co/ljfqCV8mjk https://t.co/8T9jFlmeKL
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2w Ago
#EIFF 2018: Winterlong (2018) review - This father-son reconciliation drama features fine performances and solid characterisations across the board. @winterlongfilm https://t.co/ngNRjuvcRh https://t.co/b7cZzF88Ha
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2w Ago
#EIFF 2018: Solis (2018) review - Here comes the sun - and it's not alright - in this sci-fi survival adventure. While it may remind the viewer of other films (Gravity, Alien and 2001: A Space Odyssey), it's an impressive little effort in its own right. https://t.co/njR23md27F https://t.co/ST2ySutFML
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2w Ago
#EIFF 2018: The Devil Outside (2018) review - Andrew Hulme's psychological drama about religious fundamentalism works better when concentrating on visual storytelling than on its hamfisted dialogue and characterisations. https://t.co/LTxJ08f5FD https://t.co/wHzqXHRVxc
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2w Ago
EIFF 2018: A punk Daydream (2018) - Jimmy Hendrickx & Kristian Van der Heyden's documentary takes a compelling look at a Muslim punk movement which has emerged from the social conservatism and glaring inequalities of Jakarta. @PunkDaydream https://t.co/N5JuhEf2EO https://t.co/eMTgRt3r9N
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3w Ago
#EIFF 2018: Anna and the Apocalypse (2017) review - John McPhail's zombie-comedy-musical-high-school-Christmas movie is inventive fun for much of the way but less successful during its darker second half. https://t.co/jWXWZCR7ke https://t.co/IoW9W8ZVbc
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3w Ago
#EIFF 2018: The Eyes of Orson Welles (2018) - Mark Cousins journeys around the world seeking the inspirations behind the multitalented Orson Welles. One conspicuous omission notwithstanding, it is a typically soft-spoken and impressively researched work. https://t.co/tQFWW66UTG) https://t.co/8YyzapBLaW
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3w Ago
#EIFF 2018: Flammable Children aka Swinging Safari (2018) review - Guy Pearce, Kylie Minogue, Radha Mitchell and Julian McMahon are cast against type in an off-colour retro comedy set in an Australian seaside town in the 1970s . https://t.co/utnyPltgb0) https://t.co/BQsUxSIHFO
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3w Ago
#EIFF 2018: Obey (2018) review - This depiction of the 2011 London riots and the origins of the anger lying behind Britain's socially disenfranchised has enough raw immediacy to overcome its low-budget action and occasionally stereotyped characters. https://t.co/4hcAUgalxS https://t.co/I08oNqSkEK
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3w Ago
#EIFF 2018: The Parting Glass (2018) review - #TrueBlood star Stephen Moyer’s big screen directorial debut is an impressively naturalistic ensemble piece about the grieving process. https://t.co/AULW0YkiyM https://t.co/rklEimFWzf
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