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Loves: My beautiful wife; my beautiful son; all manner of film, especially Westerns (particularly Spaghetti Westerns), Horrors, and Sci-Fi pics; all types of music, but mostly punk, metal and good old rock & roll; the novels of Stephen King, HP Lovecraft and Cormac McCarthy.; and, of course, every single one of you saucy BRWC readers. Hates: Soap operas; gormless "reality" shows; Simon "TwatSpasm" Cowell; The Sun "News"paper... basically, all the evil in our world.

Keeping Justice

Keeping Justice, the new movie written, directed, produced and edited by RJ Cusyk (Through the Devil's Eyes, A Final Hit) does not begin especially

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Red

Red begins early in the morning. So early, it's really still late the previous night. A man awakes with a start, as if from

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The Ice Cream Truck

Mary (Deanna Russo) is a freelance writer. She's just moved into the leafy suburbs of Somewhere, Anytown, USA. These suburbs are picture-perfect; there's even

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Bonejangles

Edgar Friendly Jr. - aka Bonejangles - is a serial killer. Over 100 kills. His father Edgar Sr. (a scene-licking cameo from Phantasm's Reggie Bannister)

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Charismata

Detectives Rebecca Faraway (Sarah Beck Mather) and Eli Smith (Andonis Anthony) are attending a crime scene on their patch of greater London. It's grisly.

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A Good Day to Die: Hoka Hey

A Good Day to Die: Hoka Hey, the documentary by Harold Monfils chronicling the work of war photographer Jason P. Howe begins with Jason

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Non essere cattivo (Don't Be Bad)

Cesare (Luca Marinelli) and Vittorio (Alessandro Borghi) are a pair of twentysomething best friends, dancing, dealing, snorting and brawling their way around the Tyrrhenian

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Across The River - Review

Emma (Elizabeth Healey, Mum's List) is a high-powered solicitor, struggling to make it home through London during a(nother) tube strike. Ryan (Keir Charles, Man Up),

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Blue Borsalino - Short Film Review

It's 2008. Jean Delaware (Margot Leicester, Charles III) awakes suddenly in her hospital bed, startling the nurses in attendance. They're right to be startled:

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