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Garden City Cinema Review – Hotel Transylvania 2

CAST – Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Steve Buscemi , MelBrooks DIRECTOR – GenndyTartakovsky CERT – PG Hotel Transylvania 2 starts with the wedding of vampire Mavis (Gomez) human Johnny (Samberg), who we saw meet & fall in love in the first film. … Continue reading

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The Best Foreign Films You Might have Missed

When it comes to foreign cinema there are plenty of films that have proved popular amongst mainstream audiences, especially horror fans. We increasing turn to other countries to get our scares. Ring, I Saw the Devil, Pan’s Labyrinth, Time Crimes, … Continue reading

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Can You Hear Me? My Review of The Voices

You can read my review of The Voices on the Honeysuckle Magazine website!

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Books for Cinephile Bookworms

Did you get book vouchers for Christmas? Or maybe you’d just like to treat yourself to a book, Well, I’ve found some that you might be interested in. Now, I haven’t read any of these books yet but they are … Continue reading

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Christmas Gifts for Film Fans

What do you get the cinephile in your life for Christmas? Don’t worry, I got this. Below are 10 items any film fan would be grateful to receive this Christmas. 1. Film Christmas Jumper Fargo and Gremlins inspired t-shirts are … Continue reading

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My Favourite Conspiracy Thrillers!

Anthony and Joe Russo, the directors of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, have said in interviews that they were heavily inspired by the conspiracy theory films of the 70’s. Which makes perfect sense considering what happens in The Winter Soldier … Continue reading

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Another Frankenstein Film?

Candyman director Bernard Rose is making a modern day retelling of the classic story Frankenstein set to star Carrie-Anne Moss ,Danny Huston and Xavier Samuel. “Frankenstein is set in present-day Los Angeles and told from the perspective of Adam/The Monster … Continue reading

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Animal Abuse in Film: Are we too sensitive?

We are a nation of animal lovers, it is estimated that 13 million (46% of) households have pets. (Stats from http://www.pfma.org.uk) I myself have two dogs. So, with that in mind is it any surprise that one thing that can … Continue reading

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Movies with Bite – Wolf Awareness Week

Wolf Awareness week is on October so in preparation I’ll be watching and reviewing as many werewolf films as I can. I think my favourite is An American Werewolf in London, it’s such a great film with a good story, … Continue reading

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Seeing Double: Enemy & The Double

I watched two films recently regarding doppelgangers. The first film was Enemy starring Jake Gyllenhaal and directed by Denis Villeneuve, the second was The Double starring Jesse Eisenberg and directed by Richard Ayoade.Both films came out in 2013, both deal … Continue reading

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