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Notebook Reviews: FALLEN

Gregory Hoblit – 1998 Fallen is a well made supernatural thriller from director Gregory Hoblit. Admittedly, the whole thing is a little far-fetched but it’s so well done that it really doesn’t matter. The film is anchored by a [...]

July 20, 2021

Notebook Reviews: SPACE COWBOYS

Clint Eastwood – 2000 Clint Eastwood‘s Space Cowboys plays like Armageddon for old folks – and I don’t mean that in a derogatory way. This is one of Eastwood’s finest crowd-pleasers. The cast is great with Eastwood, [...]

April 21, 2021

Uncovering Curiosities: Jon Cassar’s FORSAKEN

If you’re looking for a straightforward western with a great cast then Forsaken is the movie for you. Kiefer Sutherland joins forces with his father Donald for the first time (they never shared a screen in Joel Schumacher’s A Time To Kill), [...]

February 14, 2021

Notebook Reviews: VIRUS

John Bruno – 1999 Virus is a highly derivative sci-fi/horror which hardly breaks new ground – but having said that, it’s schlocky B-movie fun. A cross between Alien, Terminator and Deep Rising, the film is directed by former [...]

September 22, 2020

More Movies To Watch During The Coronavirus Shutdown

Movies In Focus has already delivered one list of essential movies to watch during COVID-19/Coronavirus shutdown. Things are having a serious post apocalyptic feel – a real dystopian future vibe is taking hold of the planet. We’re all [...]

March 18, 2020

Review: Nicolas Roeg’s Timeless Classic DON’T LOOK NOW

Nicolas Roeg’s Don’t Look Now is a stunningly crafted horror/thriller from 1973. It’s a classic, a wonderfully realised piece of cinema which delivers on a dramatic and an emotional level. This is how you make a horror movie.  Based [...]

July 20, 2019

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