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Notebook Reviews: PULP FICTION

Quentin Tarantino – 1994. Quentin Tarantino‘s Pulp Fiction changed the face of cinema when it was released in 1994. A modern noir, the film packed a visceral punch with its snappy dialogue and rich characterisation. Movies had never felt [...]

October 8, 2021

Uncovering Curiosities: Gabriel Ripstein’s 600 MILES

Award-winning Mexican drama 600 Miles is an interesting little curiosity which captivates and engages even though there is very little happening on screen. The 2015 release is a simple and short tale (just 80 minutes long) which sees Tim Roth as [...]

December 12, 2020

Review: US AND THEM Does Home Invasion Tarantino-style 

Writer-Director Joe Martin’s Us And Them is a class war, social commentary filtered through a post-Quentin Tarantino cinematic world. The politics might be 21st Century, but at times it sounds as if most of the dialogue was ripped from a word [...]

October 18, 2018

Review: Tim Roth And Jack O’Connell In THE LIABILITY

The British thriller has had something of a rough time over the last fifteen years. For every Sexy Beast or Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels is every film starring Danny Dyer. The Liability edges towards the former, delivering tension and some [...]

May 13, 2013