Author: M R Conn

Cinema Review: Black Swan

‘Just stop it!’ a desperate yell by a man sitting behind me during a particularly gory moment when Nina (Natalie Portman) appeared to be tearing the skin from her finger. Perhaps he thought it was going to be a nice,...

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DVD Review: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

Tobe Hooper’s infamous 1974 classic is cinematic slap to the face – short, painful and brutal, stripping you of your dignity, and leaving you shaking but feeling strangely exhilarated. It is horror of the most intense...

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DVD Review: Repulsion

For a film nearing its fiftieth anniversary Repulsion is incredibly fresh and more than a little disturbing.The film centers around a young beautician in swinging 60s London. After her sister embarks on a holiday in Italy with...

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DVD Review: Planet of the Apes

The balance between mainstream thrills and intellectual themes is where Planet of the Apes greatest achievement lies. It never feels like being lectured to nor does it ever lose sight of its core ideals. This is a film which knows what it wants to do and how it wants to get there.

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