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Ryan has a degree in Film & TV Production. He has written about all things film and TV on his own blog, www.morrismovies.co.uk, for five years. His favourite film is Inception, as it's kind of the one that drew him into cinema in the first place. If you're one of those people who think Christopher Nolan is overrated, he probably doesn't like you. He isn't sorry.

PILGRIMAGE: A Juxtaposition Of Faith, Fear And Everything In Between

When Pilgrimage learns what kind of film it's trying to be, it'll give you everything you've wanted from it - and maybe more.

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THE PERSIAN CONNECTION: A Neon-Drenched, Noir-Soaked Thrill Ride

The Persian Connection is a bold, tense, and thrilling film, even if its thematic reach just exceeds its grasp.

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WISH UPON: Seven Wishes, Zero Winners

Wish Upon takes a brilliantly fantastical concept and squanders its potential, relying on cliched characters and lifeless jump scares.

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THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE: Doesn't Live Up To Its Own Brilliant Premise

The Autopsy of Jane Doe has an absolute doozy of a premise, but it soon gives way to ticking off every horror cliche in

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MISS SLOANE: Chastain Shines Again In This Tense Political Thriller

Starring Jessica Chastain in one of her best recent roles, Miss Sloane is a triumphant political thriller that only occasionally falters.

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STREAMER: An Intensely Intimate Character Study

Streamer is a tense, intimate and at times stunning feature that ultimately derails in its very final moments.

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Interview With THE DARK TAPES Director Michael McQuown

In our latest interview, we talk with director Michael McQuown, whose latest work is the anthology horror film The Dark Tapes.

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Interview With THE DARK TAPES Director Michael McQuown

The stale found footage genre is revitalised with ambitious anthology film The Dark Tapes, a stunning directorial debut from Michael McQuown.

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It's no fun to criticise an aspiring filmmaker's low budget passion project- but when the result is as misguided as Quarries, it's necessary.

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SIX ROUNDS: A Monochromatic, Melodramatic Monologue

Gorgeous black and white look aside, Six Rounds proves too underwhelming in the screenplay and character departments to be a true knockout.

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