Alex Cole
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<p>Films, games, Godzilla and Scott Pilgrim; these are the things that Alex loves. As he tries to make use of the fact he’s always staring at a screen or in a book, you’ll hopefully be treated to some good reviews along the way (though he doesn’t promise anything).</p>

Never Let Go

Sometimes holidays aren't the vacation you imagine. Never Let Go takes this to its pinnacle as a single mother has to take the law

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Cream

The result of collaboration between French director Clément Oberto and French music producer Mr. Flash, Cream is more art than film. Designed to portray

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Atomic Blonde

As an undercover MI6 agent is sent to Berlin, Atomic Blonde is an investigation into the death of an agent, but also an investigation

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Review: Shin Gojira

After waiting what felt like forever (it was only a year) for Shin Gojira to be released in the UK and being personally taunted

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Review: Land Of Mine (Under Sandet)

Forced to defuse a beach full of mines in post war Denmark, Land of Mine introduces us to a group of young German POWs

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Zygote

The third instalment of Oatmeal Studios’ Volume One series takes us into deep space as Zygote introduces us into a dystopia where disposable labour

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Firebase

Having created quite an obsession in my mind with Neil Blomkamp after the release of District 9 which sits firmly amongst my favourite movies

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Review: Sunday Worship

A melancholic journey into the past, Sunday Worship is a thought provoking short film tackling old age, loss and memory. Thoroughly relatable to any Brit,

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Dying Laughing

Tackling the isolated world of the stand-up comic, Dying Laughing is an intimate documentary that breaks the barrier between comic and audience. Dying Laughing

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