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

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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

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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

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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

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Boy

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

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stratton

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

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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

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Dunkirk

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

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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

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