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January Film Round Up

February 1, 2018 — Leave a comment

Here’s everything I wrote and posted in January.

Eat Locals (2017, Dir: Jason Flemyng) – ‘Essentially, Eat Locals is like Neil Marshall’s Dog Soldiers, except we’re supposed to be rooting for the monsters, not the armed forces.’ Read full review here.

Mr Holmes (2015, Dir: Bill Condon) – ‘…a testament not only to an iconic literary character but to the human spirit.’ Read full review here. 

Run For Your Wife (2013, Dir: Ray Cooney) – ‘Slow, idiotic, offensive…’ Read full review here.

The Films that Changed My Life: James Pillion – I produced this episode of the FilmInk podcast. Check it out here.

The Grinn (2017, Dir: Matthew Kalamane) – ‘…whichever way you slice it, it still comes across as tired and listless.’ Read the full review here.

They (2017, Dir: Anahita Ghazvinizadeh) – ‘…a well-meaning piece of work that suffers from an unfocused story.’ Read the full review here. 

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2018, Dir: Martin McDonagh) – ‘Three Billboards is a cracking start to cinema in 2018.’ Read full review here.