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Under the Skin

Under the Skin

This is a film that was a long time in the making, with reports suggesting that the director, Jonathan Glazer, has been working on it for more than 10 years.…

Grand Budapest Hotel

Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson’s latest film is his first true period piece, set largely in a fictitious European country. In the 1960s, a writer staying at the titular hotel has dinner with…

The Dining Room – a review

The Dining Room – a review

Much like Reigate itself The Dining Room is a hidden gem, so well hidden we almost missed it! Located on the High Street just above Prezzo this is a nice…

Only Lovers Left Alive – a review

Only Lovers Left Alive – a review

If there is one genre that has been overdone even more than comic book heroes in recent years, it is vampires, both on TV and in film. Jim Jarmusch’s new…

Non-Stop – film review

Non-Stop – film review

I have a definite weakness for films set entirely or mostly on a plane* (or a train or a boat come to that!). So, it was with some anticipation that…

Oscars 2014 review

Oscars 2014 review

So, the whole Oscar experience is over for another year. The awards themselves took a fairly predictable course with no major upsets. Gravity cleaned up on the technical side, Dallas…