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Chris McNab

The Nun DVD Review

In 1965, by the time Jacques Rivette directed The Nun - based on Denis Diderot’s posthumously published 1796 novel La Religieuse - the concept of separation of ... Read More...

A Quiet Place DVD Review

With a cast of four, no more than a handful of lines of spoken dialogue and a running time of ninety minutes, A Quiet Place is one of the most minimal and compa... Read More...

2036 Origin Unknown Review

Following a manned mission to Mars that ends in disaster, responsibility for the control of future missions by humans is gradually ceded to Artificial Intellige... Read More...

Time Trial Review

Genre: Documentary, Sport Directed by: Finlay Pretsell Time Trial follows the final racing season of the Scottish cyclist David Millar in 2014, following ... Read More...

Freak Show Review

Genre: Comedy, Drama Directed by: Trudie Styler Starring: Alex Lawther, AnnaSophia Robb, Abigail Breslin, Laverne Cox, Bette Midler There might be a Ph... Read More...

My Generation DVD Review

If you were to choose the ideal narrator of a documentary about London in the 1960s, could you pick someone better than Michael Caine? At the beginning of the d... Read More...

New Town Utopia Review

That New Town in Essex… if you were to play word - or rather concept - association and started with Basildon, what would be the first responses? Depeche Mode? A... Read More...

A Gentle Creature Review

Genre: Drama, Mystery Directed by: Sergey Loznitsa Starring: Vasilina Makovtseva, Liya Akhedzhakova, Valeriu Andriutã,  First, the story: A Gentle Crea... Read More...

Dark Beacon Review

Genre: Horror, Thriller Directed by: Coz Greenop Starring: April Pearson, Jon Campling, Lynne Anne Rodgers Probably most of the people reading this wil... Read More...

Daphne DVD Review

Any new film about a young, single woman living in London will, inevitably, remind the potential viewer of the banal, sentimental horrors of the Bridget Jones s... Read More...

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