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Film Review – Midsommar

The original version of The Wicker Man is the obvious inspiration for Ari Aster’s Midsommar – a splendidly creepy, disturbing, darkly funny, occasionally gross-out gruesome folk horror tale. It’s a significant improvement on Aster’s Hereditary, which for all it’s fine … Continue reading

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Film Review – Fighting with My Family

Writer/director Stephen Merchant’s Fighting with My Family is the fact-based story of Saraya Knight (Florence Pugh), and how she and her brother pursued their dreams to join World Wrestling Entertainment. For the record: I have zero interest in wrestling and … Continue reading

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Film Review – Lady Macbeth

Florence Pugh gives an outstanding lead performance in Lady Macbeth, which I finally caught up with this evening at my local arts centre. Alice Birch’s screenplay, based on Nikolai Leskov’s novel, has relocated the narrative to the north of England … Continue reading

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