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Sound of Metal Review

It is usually the aim of a filmmaker to make a film that emotionally connects to their audience on some level. Naturally, not all movies achieve this; a fair few fall short, in fact. However, some really take you by surprise. I first read about this film in a popular magazine last year, and I…

It All Begins With a Song Review

It’s not very often I get directly approached to review a film. A few times I’ve received a message about a film that might have already been in circulation for a while, but not reached a large audience, and that doesn’t really make sense to write about from my perspective, but I’ll always do a…

Blinded By the Light Review

I’ve never really listened to Bruce Springsteen. His music reminds me of the kind of chest-beating, over-patriotic Americana that really grinds on my nerves. But after watching this and hearing more of his songs than I’d previously heard, I realise that I may have presumed too much about Mr Springsteen. This is a film from…

Black Sabbath: The End of The End Review

I was at Black Sabbath’s last ever gig. Beating out terrible weather and even worse public transport, which lead to us needed to get a black cab from Birmingham to Walsall, at great expense, but I digress. It was a hell of a way to spend two hours though I tell you that. Singing along…