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REVIEW: 'The Falling' (2014) dir. Carol Morley

Carol Morley’s psychological drama The Falling is one that will stay with you long after its over. Beautifully put together, disorientating and haunting, this is a film that undeniably casts a spell on its viewers. 624 more words


Bonobo (2014)

I was drawn to this film firstly because of its cast of Tessa Peake- Jones, James Norton (both in Grantchester, this is nothing like Grantchester), and Josie Lawrence. 316 more words

British Film


A film by Uberto Pasolini

Cast: Eddie Marsan, Joanne Froggatt, Karen Drury

It is a tale of a British civil servant named John May (Eddie Marsan) unmarried but yet married to his job. 313 more words


Seven Sinners (1936)

Carnival. Nice, France. Fireworks. Drinks, costumes and wild dancing. And in the middle of it all, the American John Harwood. Dressed as a devil and somewhat drunk, Harwood stumbles upon a dead man when accidentally entering the wrong hotel room. 250 more words

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The Ghoul (1933) | The once lost Boris Karloff vintage horror creeps onto Blu-ray

After turning down the lead in Universal’s The Invisible Man, the studio’s King of Horror, Boris Karloff made a brief return to the UK (which he had left in 1909) to make 1933’s… 352 more words


FILM - The new British Comedy Amar, Akbar and Tony released on April 17th

Amar, Akbar and Tony explores the predicaments that face its lead trio – Amar (Rez Kempton) is a Sikh whose promising career gets derailed, Tony an Irish Catholic (Martin Delaney) is in love with the wrong woman, while Akbar (Sam Vincenti) a Muslim, is an ambitious charmer with the gift of the gab and all belong to the multicultural Britain of the present. 369 more words

Heart London Magazine

Cold Caller

Having recently appeared in Broadchurch, playing Charlotte Rampling’s ancient mother, Daphne Neville has just finished filming Cold Caller, a short film by Philip Cook, shot on location in the Cotswolds. 71 more words