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Review of Eddie the Eagle

Review of Eddie the Eagle

Here’s what we’ve all been waiting for, the biopic of the struggling British ski jumper from the 80’s, Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards! The story, which is 95% fictionalised, according to…

Time is running out to register to vote

Time is running out to register to vote

Time is running out to make sure you are registered to vote for Surrey’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) and for your local councillors on Thursday 5 May. All households should…

Reigate Community Festival – 2 Extra Shows added

Reigate Community Festival – 2 Extra Shows added

We are delighted to announce that two new partners have joined us, and will be bringing a touch of culture and hours of fun to the Festival which will be…

Review of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

Review of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

Here we have another example of a sequel arriving a long time after the original film. My Big Fat Greek Wedding was the surprise hit of 2002, and was an…

Review of 10 Cloverfield Lane

Review of 10 Cloverfield Lane

Michelle (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) has decided to leave her partner. Driving at night in the middle of the countryside, she collides with another car and is run off the road.…

Review of High Rise

Review of High Rise

J. G. Ballard is not an author I’m familiar with, other than for the film versions of his novels Empire of the Sun and Crash. I liked the former, and…

Review of Anomalisa

Review of Anomalisa

Recently Oscar nominated for best animated feature, this stop motion film from Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson is a long way from the sort of fayre served up by Disney…

Review of Fifty Shades of Black

Review of Fifty Shades of Black

The parody film is in a pretty moribund state since the heady days of the Airplane and Naked Gun movies. The last decent effort was Scary Movie in 2000, which…

Review of The Witch

Review of The Witch

Causing a stir at the festival circuit last year, The Witch has enjoyed a lot of buzz before its opening in the UK. Unlike most modern horror movies, this is…

Review of The Boy

Review of The Boy

This has been incessantly trailed for over two months, and it is fair to say that the film is very different to that suggested by those trailers. Greta (Lauren Cohan),…

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