Monthly Archives: October 2011

Frightarama review by Ed Stilliard, Hinckley Times

Watching a horror film is a staple part of the Halloween tradition. The difficulty always comes down to which one to watch. So, on October 29, Leicester’s Phoenix Square cinema had a horror movie marathon, and to make life a … Continue reading

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We Need To Talk About Kevin, by Ed Stilliard

Lynne Ramsay shot to fame with her last film (back in 2002) Morvern Callar, a gem of a Brit flick which should have made a bigger splash. The Glaswegian director then tried to adapt The Lovely Bones for the big … Continue reading

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Tyrannosaur review, by Ed Stilliard

Fresh from the Shane Meadows school of film, Paddy Considine has put forward one of the bleakest films of the year in Tyrannosaur. His directorial debut pulls no punches with horrible scenes of domestic abuse and unexplained violence. The film … Continue reading

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Drive review, by Ed Stilliard

EVERYONE knows the proverb – actions speak louder than words and Ryan Gosling’s acting follows that maxim to the letter. If you haven’t heard of Ryan Gosling by now, then you must have been in the back of beyond; if … Continue reading

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