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BFI London Film Festival 2017: Goldstone Review

By on 13/10/2016

Goldstone opens with a montage of old photographs telling the history of Chinese settlers working during the gold rush in days far gone. This sets the tone of the Goldstone in that it is going to be deeply set in immigration & settlers and that it’s not going to be your typical thriller   It’s […]


London Film Festival 2016: Creepy Review

By on 11/10/2016

In 1997 a movie came out which for me changed the face of horror movies forever. The Cure was a new sort of slow burn which really established psychological horror movies in Japanese cinema and solidified the name of the director Kiyoshi Kurosawa. After further success in the horror movies with movies like Pulse he […]

A Dark Song

London Film Festival 2016: A Dark Song Review

By on 10/10/2016

A Dark Song is debut movie from Irish director Liam Gavin is very unconventional in the sense that like many typical Hollywood horror movies like Ouija. The focus of the A Dark Song is on the aftermath of some sort of occult practice or ritual, in this film the focus is on the ritual itself. […]

BFI London Film Festival 2016 – The Movies I Got Tickets For

By on 15/09/2016

October has come around again and excitement is in the air as its BFI London Film Festival 2016 time once again and after missing last year I’m doubly excited for this year’s set of movies.   Here is the round up of movies I got tickets for – the selection is pretty dark compared to […]