Rosalynn Try-Hane
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She is as picky about what she watches as what she eats. She watches movies alone and dines solo too (a new trend perhaps?!). As a self confessed scaredy cat she doesn’t watch horror films, even Goosebumps made her jump in parts!  Follow her on @liquidmarmalade

Aliens

Audible Debuts Immersive Audio-Exclusive Drama, Alien: River Of Pain, At the Royal Observatory Greenwich’s Planetarium! Mesmerised guests were treated to an interstellar audio experience last

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The Son

After a 30 year hiatus, Pierce Brosnan is back on our tv screens in The Son. His role as Eli McCullough the patriarch of

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Frank and Lola is a stylish thriller, come love story come film noir from first-time writer/director Matthew Ross. Frank is played with brooding magnificence

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Public voting opens tomorrow for this year’s Virgin TV Must-See Moment Shortlisted programmes represent the most-talked about TV programme moments of 2016 from fighting mammals

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Mad To Be Normal

David Tennant is monstrously good as RD Laing in Mad To Be Normal.  For the uninitiated, R.D.Laing was a Scottish psychiatrist who became this

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Philip Winchester

I was lucky enough to sit down with Philip Winchester on the eve of his new TV showing airing, Chicago Justice, on Universal Channel UK

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Chicago Justice

Chicago Justice is the latest addition to the Dick Wolf television empire. If you were at all concerned; Chicago has all your health, fire,

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The Eyes Of My Mother is a very stylish and at times stylised film. It's a disturbing tale of a daughter's quest to replace

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Ambulance is a full length documentary film made by Palestinian filmmaker Mohamed Jabaly. Ambulance is shot entirely in Gaza city and it is a frenetic,

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15th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival

[embed]https://youtu.be/daG0rN84WSM[/embed]   The 15th Kinoteka Polish Festival will run from 17 March to 5 April 2017 in venues across London. The festival is presented by the

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Certain Women has a train running through it. A train. Let me explain, the opening scene is of a train making its way through

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The Student examines the idea of religious fundamentalism in a teenager who declares the world around him as corrupt and only his ideology can

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Lion

Everyone wants to know who they are and where they come from or so suggests the film Lion. It is based on real life events of

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Bitter Harvest tells the story of a little known part of history, the Holodomor. This was Stalin's deliberate policy of starving Ukraine to feed

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