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Film Tag Archive

Is ‘based on a true story’ a film fib?

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Alec Wilson questions the validity of the 'based on a true story' claim....

Can’t run a marathon so let’s Movie Marathon

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George Bell highlights the best movie marathons worth watching....

BAFTA puts on its breaks

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George Bell discusses the latest cancellation caused by the coronavirus, the BAFTAs...

Torturous Films: the fetisization of real-life violence

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Peter Lennon discusses one of the most harmful myths that is perpetuated in cinema; that torture always works. ...

Slasher Sundays: Peeping Tom (1960)

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Slasher Sundays continues with what is arguably the very first slasher of all-time...

Review: All The Bright Places (15)

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Film Editor Lucy Lillystone reviews Netflix recent YA adaptation All The Bright Places...

‘Hitchcockian’: The legacy of the ‘Master of Suspense’

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Eve Ducker discusses some of Hitchcock's best work from The Great Day to Rear Windows and his wider influence on film...

Review: The Call of the Wild (PG)

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Arnojya Shree reviews the latest pair up between Harrison Ford and a CGI dog....

4 Reasons to overcome the one-inch tall barrier of foreign films

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Arifah Badlishah explains why subtitles are king when it comes to watching films not in the English language....

Top 5 most satisfying deaths in film

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James Troughton highlights the most effective death scenes in movies....