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    The Look of Silence: Live Q&A with Joshua Oppenheimer

    Dogwoof is pleased to announce a very special nationwide satellite event to celebrate the release of THE LOOK OF SILENCE, Joshua Oppenheimer’s breathtaking companion piece to the BAFTA-winning The Act of […]

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    Nymph()maniac: The Director’s Cut Vols 1 and 2 (18) | Home Ents Review

      Modern Cinema’s enfant terrible or the naughtiest school boy on a film set unleashes the ultimate cut of his latest button-pushing provocation. Clocking in at nearly six hours, we […]

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    Greyhawk (15) | Home Ents Review

    There’s a difference in coping with blindness that you have had since childhood and finding yourself blind as an adult. Unfortunately Mal is one of the unlucky ones who has […]

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    To Write Love on Her Arms (15) |Home Ents Review

    This is the inspiring true story of Renee Yohe, a young woman who battled addiction, depression, and self-harm who then went on to inspire a generation of kids dealing with […]

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    Still Life (12) | Home Ents Review

     When I saw that the director of Still Life was Uberto Pasolini, a relative of the late Luchino Visconti, director of The Leopard (1963) and Death in Venice (1971), I […]

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    Polish Cinema Classics Volume 3: The Cruise/Camouflage/Shivers (15) | Home Ents Review

     Second Run’s third collection of important Polish films gathers together superb HD restorations of three films from the 1970s and 1980s. Each disc includes interviews with the film makers and […]

  • The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Miss Osbourne

    The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Miss Osbourne (18) | Home Ents Review

     One of the most visually exciting costume dramas you’ll ever see, this ‘arthouse horror’ by controversial director Walerian Borowczyk is essential viewing if you want to experience the stranger side […]

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    Falcon Rising (15) | Home Ents Review

     Michael Jai White is a man that has earned his stripes in the world of action films and super hero folklore. He’s played everything from the demonic comic book anti-hero […]

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    Be My Baby (15) | Home Ents Review

     This aging reviewer must state from the outset that neither the suggestive DVD packaging nor the highly erotic trailer played any part in his choice to review Be My Baby. […]

  • Automata

    Automata (15) | Home Entertainment Review

    You’ve seen Automata before, in its more Hollwood-ised, wham-bam-thank-you-Will-Smith version named I, Robot. It doesn’t stop you, ostensibly, enjoying the thinkpiece that is Automata. Just as Will Smith investigated a […]

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    Cannes 2015: the winners

    And the Palme d’Or goes to… Jacques Audiard’s refugee drama Dheepan, while Son of Saul gets the Grand Prix. French director Jacques Audiard has won this year’s Palme d’Or for […]

  • Tomorrowland – A World Beyond

    Tomorrowland – A World Beyond (12A) | Close-Up Film Review

    Tomorrowland is an inventive and thrilling theme park ride on film with a “save the planet” message which is morally right on although logically somewhat fuzzy. Clooney plays Frank Walker, […]

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    Spring (15) | Close-Up Film Review

    As a filmic creature, Spring is as much a mash-up of genres as its featured creature is a mash-up of monsters. To say more about the film’s ‘antagonist’ is to […]

  • Moomins on the Riviera

    Moomins on the Riviera (U) | Close-Up Review

    Moomins on the Riviera is a beautifully drawn and lovingly crafted tale based on a 1954 comic strip of the same name drawn by Tove Janssen and published in the […]

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    Dino Time (PG) | Close-Up Film Review

    Over the years there have been countless dinosaur movies, many of which have been animated and aimed at very young children. Think back to The Land Before Time franchise that […]

  • The Treatment

    The Treatment (18) | Close-Up Film Review

    In recent years we’ve seen a spate of TV series (Broadchurch, The Missing) and documentaries (Channel 4’s The Paedophile Next Door, The Paedophile Hunter) tap into widespread anxieties over paedophilia. Now we have The […]

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    The New Girlfriend (15) | Close-Up Film Review

     Clément, Jean-Claude Bolle-Reddat It’s a tough task discussing The New Girlfriend in any great detail without divulging aspects that should be kept under wraps until seen for one’s self, but […]

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    We Are Many (15) | Close-Up Film Review

      There’s a danger with any zeitgeist-capturing documentary that it arrives slightly out-of-sync with cultural events, so is little more than a well constructed time-capsule of talking heads and archive […]

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    Foxcatcher (15) | Home Ents Review

    Wrestling is an often-derided sport, be it the WWE style Sports Entertainment kind or the actual Olympic mat-based sport. However, wrestling has given us a fair share of memorable films. […]

  • What Left of Us

    What’s Left of Us (15) | Home Ents Review

    A post-apocalyptic nightmare Christoph Behl’s debut feature film tells the story of Ana, Jonathan and Axel. Three people living together in a bunker in a post-apocalyptic nightmare. A living hell. […]

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