Romy Somerset
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Romy is a freelance production assistant from London who loves all kinds of film. She also loves reading and writing reviews, picking apart all aspects of what makes a movie great! She can’t resist a great thriller or crime film.

Struck: Review

Struck, a low-budget indie film brought to us by filmmakers Alexander Milo Bischof and Michael Couvaras, tells a recognisable story, but within the sheltered


The aversion to blood transfusions that is intrinsic to the beliefs of Jehova’s Witnesses has been the central focus of two successful feature films

The Lady From 406

In a vast apartment complex in Korea, a resident is displeased with the cigarette smoke which seeps through a vent in her bathroom from

WE ARE THE WEIRDOS Review: Inseyed

Inseyed is an impressive animated short film, made by then-student of the School of Visual Arts Jessica Hudak. A woman hears strange noises in

#eatpretty: WE ARE THE WEIRDOS Review

There is something inherently menacing about a person who appears, on the outside, to be completely perfect, almost maniacally in control, but who occasionally