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Tom Wilmot
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Hey, I'm Tom, a History postgraduate from the University of Southampton. I enjoy writing and commenting on anything film related as well as sinking precious hours into that PSVita.
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The anthology film will be released this November on Netflix

First trailer drops for new Coen Brothers movie 'The Ballad of Buster Scruggs'

The anthology film will be released this November on Netflix

The relevance of the Coen Brother's Burn After Reading, ten years on.

An underrated Coen gem more relevant now than ever - 10 years of Burn After Reading

The relevance of the Coen Brother's Burn After Reading, ten years on.

The debut film from Studio Ponoc doesn't quite capture the magic it intends to.

Mary and the Witch's Flower review - stunning visuals but with little substance

The debut film from Studio Ponoc doesn't quite capture the magic it intends to.

Director Brad Peyton musters up some great, dumb action...but not much else

Rampage review - dumb action makes up for bland characters and story

Director Brad Peyton musters up some great, dumb action...but not much else

Lara Croft's return to the big screen proves to be enjoyable enough

Tomb Raider review - Alicia Vikander shines in enjoyable adaptation

Lara Croft's return to the big screen proves to be enjoyable enough

Alexander Payne's high-concept satire asks us what the world would be like if people could be shrunk down to five inches in height.

Film Review: Downsizing

Alexander Payne's high-concept satire asks us what the world would be like if people could be shrunk down to five inches in height.

Another directionless entry into an already embarrassing franchise.

Film Review: Justice League

Another directionless entry into an already embarrassing franchise.

After seven years away, the sadistic horror franchise just about manages to put the pieces back together.

Creepy Countdown: Film Review: Jigsaw

After seven years away, the sadistic horror franchise just about manages to put the pieces back together.

The director talks to The National Student about the inspirations for and the making of his debut feature.

Creepy Countdown: Violence, Virgins and Big Narstie - An interview with Double Date's Benjamin Barfoot

The director talks to The National Student about the inspirations for and the making of his debut feature.

Lack of focus both on its characters and story at times means that the film doesn’t quite live up to expectations.

Film Review: Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Lack of focus both on its characters and story at times means that the film doesn’t quite live up to expectations.

A look back at Curtis Hanson's wonderfully ageing film.

A neo-noir masterpiece: L.A Confidential turns twenty

A look back at Curtis Hanson's wonderfully ageing film.

The director talks to The National Student about his new horror.
A fun horror-comedy with some great performances.

Film Review: Double Date @ FrightFest 2017

A fun horror-comedy with some great performances.

A tensionless drag that fails to impress.

Film Review: 3rd Night @ FrightFest 2017

A tensionless drag that fails to impress.

A claustrophobic horror that looks great, but lacks substance.

Film Review: The Glass Coffin @ Frightfest 2017

A claustrophobic horror that looks great, but lacks substance.

It would be the first society of its kind in the UK.

Meet the student looking to start a naturist society at the University of London

It would be the first society of its kind in the UK.

The film showcases some great young talent.

Film Review: Moon Dogs

The film showcases some great young talent.

We take a look back at a cult classic screening in the retro section of this year's horror festival.

Film Review: Return of the Living Dead 3 @ FrightFest 2017

We take a look back at a cult classic screening in the retro section of this year's horror festival.

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