Catch Me Daddy - Film Review

Catch Me Daddy - Film Review

Catch Me Daddy opens with a middle-aged man snorting cocaine in a grotty caravan. It's the first of a great many bleak moments in this low-budget thriller, conceived as a "modern-day Western set in the Yorkshire moors" by first-time director...

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Hinterland - Film Review

Hinterland - Film Review

This directorial debut from young British actor-director Harry McQueen tells an intimate story of two 20-something friends. Harvey (McQueen) and Lola (Bristol singer-songwriter Lori Campbell in her first acting role) haven't seen each other for...

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20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (25/2/2015)

20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (25/2/2015)

Blur - Go Out For a band like Blur, so dedicated to constant evolution, a no-warning comeback takes some delicate navigation as they dip their toes back in the water. Luckily the brilliant 'Go Out' mashes up the scratchy rock insouciance of...

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Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of - Film Review

Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of -...

Stephen Kijak, the man behind this Backstreet Boys doc, also directed 2010 Rolling Stones film Stones In Exile . Kijak's cameras started rolling in 2012, after original member Kevin Richardson rejoined the band, and his film tells a familiar...

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It Follows - Film Review

It Follows - Film Review

It Follows is a low-budget horror film about what is surely the world's worst STD. After suburban teenager Jay ( The Guest 's Maika Monroe) consummates her relationship with Hugh (Jake Weary from TV's Pretty Little Liars ), he informs her he...

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Maidan - Film Review

Maidan - Film Review

Maidan , the latest film from documentary maker Sergei Loznitsa, is by turns inspiring and depressing, clear-headed and confusing – but then so were the months of protest in Kiev's Maidan Nezalezhnosti, or Independence Square, that began in...

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Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter - Film Review

Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter - Film Review

This haunting film from writer-director-actor David Zellner and his brother Nathan is based on the real-life mystery of Japanese woman Takako Konishi. In 2001, Konishi was found dead in Minnesota, and it was reported that she'd been inspired to go...

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Will Butler - 'Policy'

Will Butler - 'Policy'

In the Arcade Fire family, Will Butler – the multi-instrumentalist kid brother of frontman Win – comes across as the precocious ADHD toddler of the brood. He's the hyperactive wildman throwing himself around the stage, convulsing like Iggy Pop...

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The Duke Of Burgundy - Film Review

The Duke Of Burgundy - Film Review

Director Peter Strickland follows his 2012 thriller Berberian Sound Studio and Björk’s concert film Biophilia Live with this darkly comic erotic drama. Inspired by cult ’70s horror films like Vampyros Lesbos and taking its name from a...

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The Wedding Ringer - Film Review

The Wedding Ringer - Film Review

In this comedy bromance, businessman Jimmy (Kevin Hart) runs The Best Man Inc, a company providing best man services for "losers with no friends". Doug, a lonely lawyer (Josh Gad), is advised to hire him by a colleague. Jimmy assembles seven more...

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