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<p>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.<br /> Hates: Soap operas; gormless “reality” shows; Simon “TwatSpasm” Cowell; The Sun “News”paper… basically, all the evil in our world.</p>

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Messi (2014): DVD Review

Messi, the documentary by Alex de la Iglesia (Acción mutante, 1993), looks back at the life of Lionel Messi, the diminutive Argentinian footballer who,

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Bachelor Games: Review

Bachelor Games tells the tale of Henry (Jack Gordon), who is getting married. By way of a stag do, he's going hiking in the

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC We Are Twisted F***ing Sister! (2014): Film Review

"Alright, Mister Sister! I want you to tell me

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC T-Rex (2015): Film Review

"OH! OH! She don't like that

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Adonis And Aphrodite (2016) - Horror Short Review

Adonis and Aphrodite, from the gleefully disturbed mind of David Chaudoir, is a hand grenade in monologue, a cautionary Jackanory for anyone who ever

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Bad Acid (2016) - Horror Short Review

Bad Acid, a short horror film written and directed by David Chaudoir, tells the tale of Marvin Maskelyn (Tristan Beint). Marvin is a professional

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Pieces (2016) - Horror Short Review

Pieces, the brand-new short-form horror from burgeoning Yorkshire production company Cappuccino Studios, is a fourteen-minute exercise in tension, eschewing the "gore" route but choosing

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC The Divide (2016): Film Review

The Divide, the latest movie by British documentarian Katharine Round, tells the tale of economic disparity in modern day US and UK, where the

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC A Girl And Her Gun (2015) - Movie Short Review

A Girl and Her Gun, a seventeen-minute short written by Bristolian Paul Holbrook and co-directed by Holbrook and Sam Dawe, is a stylistic marriage

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