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Downsizing – Review (London Film Festival)

Downsizing Review (London Film Festival)

Matt Damon goes little and follows his conscience in Alexander Payne’s biggest film.
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Verónica – Review (London Film Festival)

Veronica Review (London Film Festival)

A simple game of Ouija backfires once again in this Spanish spook-er from the co-director of the Rec trilogy.
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Stephen King’s It – Review (Midnight Movie Madness)

Stephen King's It Review

Just in time for Halloween I’m taking a look at this year’s highest grossing chiller, It. Does Bill Skarsgård’s portrayal of Pennywise belong in the sewers or deserve a hand?
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Small Town Crime – Review (London Film Festival)

Small Town Crime Review (London Film Festival)

Respected character actor John Hawkes is given a chance to shine in this gratifying sunshine-noir detective thriller.
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Brawl In Cell Block 99 – Review (London Film Festival)

Brawl In Cell Block 99 Review (London Film Festival)

Vince Vaughn goes from half-assed to hardass in this rock solid beat-em-up from the director of Bone Tomahawk.
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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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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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