Daily Archives: January 30, 2011

Black Swan – Review by Sam Newton

I was afraid of Black Swan. ‘It’s Dario Argento on crack’, ‘It’s Mullholland Drive meets Cronenberg’, were only a couple of the nightmarish concoctions they’d described it as. But scarier still is that this was in fact Aronofsky, and as … Continue reading

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The King’s Speech – Review by James Black

The King’s Speech tells the very personal story of that most reluctant of public figures King George VI. Suffering from a speech impediment from his early childhood George VI became the reigning monarch by default when his elder brother Edward … Continue reading

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