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<p>One of his earliest memories was watching Jurassic Park for the first time at the age of two. It blew him away and from then on was addicted to films. Now all grown up Callum spends most free days with friends (mostly watching films, to be honest), caring for his dog, writing, more writing and watching films whenever he can find the chance (which is very often). Other favourites include; Alien, The Lord of the Rings, The Secret of Nimh, Mad Max: Fury Road, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Hot Fuzz, Dredd, The Shawshank Redemption, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Pan’s Labyrinth and The Evil Dead 2 to name a few.</p>

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC A Quick Rundown On The Disaster Artist

For those who have never seen or heard of The Room, from director, writer, star, producer and executive producer Tommy Wiseau, boy have you


You’d be hard pressed to find someone who at least didn’t know Paddington by name. We all have heard of the marmalade loved bear

The Unseen

The Unseen is one of those peculiar films. I watched this psychological thriller without any idea as to what is was and allowed myself

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Some Of The Highly Anticipated Superhero Movies Of 2017

Let’s be honest, who was actually looking forward to this one? Justice League has finally been released – only five years after Avengers Assemble!

The Death Of Stalin

With the way the world has been politically lately – what with the controversial President Donald Trump and the even more controversial post-Brexit Britain

Murder On The Orient Express

Who doesn’t love a good mystery? There has always been enjoyment in the old “who-dun-it” story. It’s so satisfying looking at all the clues

Thor Ragnarok

Another year, another fourth superhero film. And people wonder why there’s superhero fatigue going around, I know I have that. But, best to keep

Blade Runner 2049

Ah, Blade Runner. So much has been said about you already; most of it good, some of it not so much. When I first saw

Logan Lucky

Whoever holds the rights to John Denver’s work must be rolling in it this year. I’ve heard his song Take Me Home, Country Roads