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Gemini – Review (London Film Festival)

Gemini Review (London Film Festival)

In this neon Hollywood whodunit, a terrific first act mystery setup flies straight to a tidy conclusion that doesn’t deliver on its emotional promise.
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The Endless – Review (London Film Festival)

The Endless Review (London Film Festival)

The indie directors of Spring and Resolution return with a cult-based supernatural mystery that’s likely to go, cult.
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Best & Worst Movies Of The Summer

Best & Worst Movies Of The Summerw

Bad news, the summer has concluded. Good news, the summer movie recap has begun. Here I, “The Host”, rundown the many films I got to see this season, right before ending it with my picks for the best and worst movies the summer had to offer.
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Killing Of A Sacred Deer – Review (London Film Festival)

Killing Of A Sacred Deer Review (London Film Festival)

The director of divisive satirical comedy The Lobster turns his hand to a family-in-peril thriller, also starring Colin Farrell.
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Ghost Stories – Review (London Film Festival)

Ghost Stories Review

Our coverage of genre films at this year’s London Film Festival kicks off with this superior comedy-chiller based on the successful play.
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Stephen King’s Gerald’s Game – Review

Stephen King Gerald's Game Review Netflix

It took a quarter of a century but Stephen King’s tale of spicy married life on holiday finally reaches our screens via Netflix. Bringing with it a neat handcuff trick to try at home!
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mother! – Early Review

mother! review

Premiering at the Venice Film Festival, and to London’s press yesterday, is J-Law’s most controversial film to date, centered around demonic powers and writer’s block.
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5 Films To Watch At Frightfest 2017

5 Films To Watch At Frightfest 2017

Premium chiller film festival FrightFest runs this Thursday to Monday and here are five highlights to look forward to. If you’re a gorehound who can’t make it to London’s Leicester Square these chosen titles will be getting some sort of release in the coming months.
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War For The Planet of the Apes – Review (Midnight Movie Madness)

War For The Planet of the Apes Review

Two species face down in a climactic battle for existence. Will this go the same way as man vs dodo? I, The Host, return to examine ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ as we continue the Midnight Movie Madness review series.
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Spider-Man: Homecoming – Review (Midnight Movie Madness)

Spider-Man: Homecoming Review

After yet another surprisingly long hiatus I, The Host, return just before the end of summer movie season to analyse Marvel’s trip to high school, Spider-Man: Homecoming.
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