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Kidulthood (2006) Movie DVD Cover

Kidulthood (2006) Movie Review

“Gritty” is a word used far too often to categorise films. It appears that anything vaguely realistic or that plays...

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The Proposition (2005) Movie DVD

The Proposition (2005) Movie Review

“Australia . What fresh hell is this?” So ponders the grizzled Captain Morris Stanley (Ray Winstone, “Sexy Beast”), a British...

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Feed (2005) Movie Poster

Feed (2005) Movie Review

“Feed” marks somewhat of a change in direction for Brett Leonard, whose last outing was the ridiculous comic book adaptation...

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Skrypt (2004) Movie Image

Skrypt (2004) Movie Review

I can safely say that “Skrypt” is the only Austrian film I’ve ever reviewed, seen or known to have existed....

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The Cremator (1972) Movie DVD Cover

The Cremator (1972) Movie Review

“The Cremator” is a re-release of Czech director Juraj Herz’s unsettling 1968 effort about a deeply macabre man who slowly...

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Cache (aka Hidden, 2005) Movie DVD Cover

Cache (aka Hidden, 2005) Movie Review

“Hidden” is the latest film from German auteur Michael Haneke, director of “Code Unknown” and “Funny Games”. The film has...

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The Last Drop (2005) Movie Poster

The Last Drop (2005) Movie Review

Parts “Kelly’s Heroes” and parts “Three Kings”, the British World War II movie “The Last Drop” sees a group of...

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Boy Eats Girl (2005) Movie DVD Cover

Boy Eats Girl (2005) Movie Review

The biggest problem (and it’s a fixable one at that) with Stephen Bradley’s zombie horror/comedy “Boy Eats Girl” is that...

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Malefique (2002) Movie DVD Cover

Malefique (2002) Movie Review

French horror has been enjoying somewhat of a revival over the last few years, with films such as “High Tension”...

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The Tesseract (2003) Movie DVD Cover

The Tesseract (2003) Movie Review

“The Tesseract” sees Oxide Pang (“The Eye”) filming for the first time in the English language, and attempting to bring...

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Spirit Trap (2005) Movie DVD Cover

Spirit Trap (2005) Movie Review

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: five college students move into an old derelict house and encounters strange going-ons...

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Revolver (2005) Movie Poster

Revolver (2005) Movie Review

Poor Guy Ritchie. It could be argued that the bloke single-handedly re-invigorated the British film industry with his then-unique brand...

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House of 9 (2005) Movie DVD Cover

House of 9 (2005) Movie Review

Borrowing more than just a little bit from Vincenzo Natali’s “Cube” and its Canadian brethren “My Little Eye”, the British...

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Clean (2004) Movie DVD Cover

Clean (2004) Movie Review

“Clean” is a film best known for the remarkable central performance of actress Maggie Cheung, for which she won the...

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Layer Cake (2004) Movie Review

Following the success of Guy Ritchie’s “Lock, Stock and two Smoking Barrels” in 1998, the British film industry found itself...

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