Kit Ramsay
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Kit is a Bristol-based writer and film fan. On occasion, he actually gets to combine those two interests, writing online reviews, essays and collections of mindless thoughts. Favourite film topics include screenwriting, arguing that the Star Wars Prequels are misunderstood masterpieces and the greatness of 70s Kung-Fu films. You can tweet your anger towards @KitRamsayisDead

My Feral Heart

My Feral Heart is an innocuous low-stakes film that shines a light on a fairly underrepresented cross-section of the community and film audience; those


The core idea behind dark British improv comedy Brakes is a great one. Gather together a litany of the UK’s best alternative comedians and

Review: Our Last Tango

Our Last Tango (2015) understands that outside of the specific interest of tango and dance in general, audiences may have trouble engaging with a

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC The BRWC Review: Sky

Shot in a loose, improvisational style that makes use of current consumer-grade digital equipment, Fabienne Berthaud’s Sky (2016) is a cheap and cheerful wanderlust

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Six Rounds: Review

Six Rounds is the follow-up to writer/director Marcus Flemmings’ 2016 quirky comedy The Conversations, trading in laughs and stand-up for pathos and tragedy. It

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: The Voice In The Head

Tackling a question that at first seems blunt and unbelievable, The Voice in the Head proves that the central thesis question of “If sanity

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

In 2013 a book named The Disaster Artist: My life inside The Room was released to the world, written by Greg Sestero and Tom

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: The Room LIVE

After nearly 14 years there’s not really much more than can be said about The Room, the bizarre chamber drama that’s widely regarded as

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Kit's Take On T2: Trainspotting

T2: Trainspotting is a rare sequel these days in that it reintroduces you to characters you haven’t seen in a long time as if