Dan Barnes
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Dan is a freelance film critic who hopes to encourage people to venture outside of their comfort zone and try out different movies. He is a proud supporter of independent cinema, but will give pretty much anything a try.

Daughter: Review

Sarah Jayne’s short film Daughter takes a look at the ways in which women are viewed in society, following three main protagonists who cross


Jordan Peele’s background in sketch comedy makes him the least likely person to be considered one of horror’s great new directors, and yet here

minding the gap

Hulu’s Oscar-nominated Minding The Gap may be one of the most genuine and human documentaries of recent times.  Bing Liu’s film has been shot

The BRWC Review: Vox Lux

Brady Corbet’s new film about the pitfalls of stardom is an interesting but flawed picture; one with worthwhile themes and terrific performances, but not


In 1923, when George Mallory was asked why he wanted to climb Mount Everest (a desire that would ultimately lead to his death), he