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Samantha King
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I'm an English & Film Studies undergrad who writes about film and has seen Trainspotting an unhealthy amount of times.
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Sam Rockwell and Ben Schwartz are criminals across the pond in this comic heist thriller

Blue Iguana review - a candy-coloured crime caper that rings hollow

Sam Rockwell and Ben Schwartz are criminals across the pond in this comic heist thriller

'The Six Million Dollar Man' meets '2001: A Space Odyssey' in Leigh Whannell’s second outing in the director’s chair

Upgrade review - gory thrill ride needs a bit of fine-tuning

'The Six Million Dollar Man' meets '2001: A Space Odyssey' in Leigh Whannell’s second outing in the director’s chair

Ahead of Alfonso Cuarón's new film 'Roma' premiering at TIFF, we take a look back at his seminal coming-of-age drama

Foreign Film Friday: Y Tu Mamá También is the perfect road movie to end your summer with

Ahead of Alfonso Cuarón's new film 'Roma' premiering at TIFF, we take a look back at his seminal coming-of-age drama

The Oscar-winning director's long awaited new feature will arrive on Netflix later this year

Roma trailer - the first look at Alfonso Cuarón's 'most essential' film is here

The Oscar-winning director's long awaited new feature will arrive on Netflix later this year

You probably shouldn't bother seeing this one in cinemas.

The Darkest Minds review - a by-the-numbers sci-fi dystopia for Generation Z

You probably shouldn't bother seeing this one in cinemas.

A difficult but wholly worthwhile watch that sheds light on a controversial organisation

Apostasy review - a devastating trial of family versus faith

A difficult but wholly worthwhile watch that sheds light on a controversial organisation

Ghosts, zombies, vampires, torture - take your pick from this assortment of international horror.

Foreign Film Friday: 10 horror films from around the world

Ghosts, zombies, vampires, torture - take your pick from this assortment of international horror.

François Ozon's latest offers up body horror, psychoanalysis and some pretty f***ed up twincest fantasies

Foreign Film Friday: L'amant Double review - a wild, kinky, doppelgänger nightmare

François Ozon's latest offers up body horror, psychoanalysis and some pretty f***ed up twincest fantasies

Buff up on your film history with this selection of cinematic landmarks

An introduction to film per decade: the 1960s

Buff up on your film history with this selection of cinematic landmarks

Bel Powley shows her feral side in this horror-fantasy from IFC Midnight.

Wildling review - a coming-of-age creature feature that suffers from lack of depth

Bel Powley shows her feral side in this horror-fantasy from IFC Midnight.

Brian Taylor dials the insanity up to 11 in his  solo debut in the director's chair.

Mom and Dad review - Nicolas Cage is on a rampage in this hidden horror treat

Brian Taylor dials the insanity up to 11 in his solo debut in the director's chair.

A baffling inversion of the home invasion genre .

Film Review: Better Watch Out

A baffling inversion of the home invasion genre .

Bless your inner Scrooge with these darker holiday selections.

7 films to watch for people who hate Christmas

Bless your inner Scrooge with these darker holiday selections.

A chilling indie thriller with a surprising amount of intelligence

Film Review: The Unseen

A chilling indie thriller with a surprising amount of intelligence

Sam Bailey discusses their debut album and what gives the band that special energy

Interview: Francobollo

Sam Bailey discusses their debut album and what gives the band that special energy

Monsters make up some of the creepiest and most creative moments in cinema - here's some of the best ones to celebrate this Halloween.

Creepy Countdown: The scariest monsters in horror

Monsters make up some of the creepiest and most creative moments in cinema - here's some of the best ones to celebrate this Halloween.

The cult Scottish rap-rock hybrid reflect on the state of modern Britain on a solid sophomore effort

Album Review: The LaFontaines - Common Problem

The cult Scottish rap-rock hybrid reflect on the state of modern Britain on a solid sophomore effort

Forget about the long nights ahead with the best new tracks of the week.

Fresher Sounds - This week's best new music - 23/10/17

Forget about the long nights ahead with the best new tracks of the week.

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