Daryl Bär
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daryl.bar@btinternet.com

Regular type person by day, film vigilante by night. Spent years as a 35mm projectionist (he got taller) and now he gets to watch and wax lyrical about all manner of motion pictures. Daryl has got a soft spot for naff Horror and he’d consider Anime to be his kryptonite.

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Polyester (1981)

Join John Waters as he makes his sure-footed first foray into mainstream cinema with glue sniffing, foot stomping, abortions, alcoholism and a dash of

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Astray

A social worker is confronted by his troubled past and recent transgressions as he crosses paths with a runaway child. Traversing this ethical quandary,

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Short Reviews: Low & Happy Winter Solstice

Happy Winter Solstice A cautionary poem for the festive season brings a sense of foreboding as a man barricades himself in, preparing for malevolence unseen.

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Marshland

As Spain moves out from the shadows of fascism, a missing persons case in a small town brings two city detectives into a web

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Another Review: The Legend Of Barney Thomson

Based on the book by Douglas Lindsay, Barney Thomson (Robert Carlyle) is a socially inept and awkward barber who leads a bland existence, taken

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