Daryl Bär
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<p>Regular type person by day, film vigilante by night. Spent years as a 35mm projectionist (he got taller) and now he gets to watch and wax lyrical about all manner of motion pictures. Daryl has got a soft spot for naff Horror and he’d consider Anime to be his kryptonite. Co-host of Sudden Double Deep: The Triple Bill Title Podcast, you’ll often find him lurking at The Prince Charles Cinema.</p>

Night Of The Unspeakable

Within the rich history of low budget horror there shines bright diamonds in the rough. From single location movies such as Night of the

The Guard

An expectant father (Bryan Veronneau) suffers from a profound fear of the unknown, possibly exacerbated by sleep deprivation. His thoughts turn to dark places

The Dinner: The BRWC Review

Two brothers and their wives meet at a haute-cuisine restaurant to discuss how they’ll handle a horrific, senseless and ferociously violent crime committed by

Star Wars Prequels

Hi, my name is Daryl and in the 00s I was a Star Wars prequel apologist. I remember the cultural avalanche that built around The


Waihau Bay, New Zealand, 1984. “Boy” (James Rolleston) lives on a farm with his gran, his little brother, younger cousins and a goat. When


Based on a series of novels written by ex- Special Boat Services commando Duncan Falconer, the titular John Stratton is an SBS operator who


Following on from the similar docu-drama aesthetic of The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty, director Kathryn Bigelow reconstructs the events that led to


Whether it’s the dark brooding mystery of Momento, the persistent mind-throb of Inception or the unrelenting, heart-squeezing tension of Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan remains a

Spider-Man; Homecoming

After the deflating experience of catching Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 on its opening weekend in 2007, and suffering through diminishing returns with Marc Webb’s