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Indie Documentary Review – I’m An Electric Lampshade

My word… this makes a change! Normally I spend the first couple of paragraphs bitching on about how this film is not the genre I usually like or that film is aimed at a totally different demographic to the one I inhabit and then go on to use that as my reason for not liking […]

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Indie Movie Review – Demigod

  Film makers have their own styles… who’d have thought it! Actually, I can spot the big ones; the gothic imagery of Tim Burton, the breathtaking visuals of Luc Besson, or the exquisitely choreographed violence of John Woo. I have to admit that I’m not as au fait as some others, the ones who can […]

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Indie Movie Review – Death Drop Gorgeous

I know that low budget, by definition, means that corners have to be cut. Sometimes that adds to the fun of things! I mean would Kevin Smith’s debut feature, Clerks, have been as much fun if there wasn’t the running joke of the shutters being stuck down when they were down because the only time he […]

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Indie Movie Review – The Old Ways

The Old Ways is a fairly standard tale. It opens with a woman screaming in pain and bathed in sweat. Is she giving birth? It’s hard to tell. Her young daughter is there and, all of a sudden, there is a scream and mum turns into a demon and grabs the young girl’s arm, marking […]

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Indie Movie Review – Repeat

I know that the big studios have been panicking about their health and, indeed, long-term future, which explains why so many blockbusting tent poles were withheld and all the fuss over Tenet being released. The main fear is, presumably, that people will get out of the habit of getting out of their comfy armchairs and […]

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Indie Movie Review – My Best Worst Adventure

My Best Worst Adventure is a story that’s been told before; a troubled teen is sent away and realises that things can actually be worse… but then, somehow, get better.  In this case the troubled teen is Jenny (Lily Patra), who refuses to speak since the death of her mother. Her step-father Mark (Eoin O’Brien) sends […]

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Groundhog Day Themed Film Short – 12:01 PM

It’s always nice to be able to tick off a few categories in one go. Short feature – tick, Groundhog Day theme – tick, another chance to watch the awesome Kurtwood Smith – tick, tick, tick!  12:01 PM ticks all the boxes. Well… sort of. The “sort of” comes from the fact that 12:01 PM was made in 1990 and Groundhog Day came […]

Time Loop Movie Short – Groundhog Day For A Black Man

I don’t use YouTube often as the seemingly endless advert interruptions are desperately annoying, but it was the only source I had for 12:01 PM so I was stuck with it. Afterward, I noticed there was another clip available called Groundhog Day For A Black Man, and as it only ran for under five minutes […]

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RunPee Weekly Newsletter #75 (August 18th, 2021)

The app that tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes. Free Guy Ryan Reynolds doesn’t get enough credit for his acting. He doesn’t put himself in really demanding roles and most of his characters are a variation on Deadpool. But he is exactly what this […]

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Indie Movie Review – The Last Thing Mary Saw

The Last Thing Mary Saw starts off as a stereotypical American Gothic horror; all darkness, black clothing, and moodiness set in mid 19th century New York. The first thing is a John Calvin quote “All events whatsoever are governed by the secret counsel of God”  which always seems to me to be saying “do whatever you want because […]

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