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Theo Rollason
Edinburgh, University of
Hey, I'm Theo and I'm an English Literature student at the University of Edinburgh. I'm the film editor for http://www.studentnewspaper.org and you can find me on Letterboxd at https://letterboxd.com/theorollason/
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This should make for a weird one to watch on your laptop...

EIFF: Searching review - screen-set thriller is a storytelling marvel

This should make for a weird one to watch on your laptop...

Like the SparkNotes page on Mary Shelley, minus the spark.

EIFF: Mary Shelley review - biopic of Frankenstein writer fails to come alive

Like the SparkNotes page on Mary Shelley, minus the spark.

Expertly acted, gorgeously shot, and it's a musical! Sort of.

EIFF: Cold War review - Joanna Kulig sets chilly miniature epic ablaze

Expertly acted, gorgeously shot, and it's a musical! Sort of.

You'll lose your head - and so will the characters!

Hereditary review - a uniquely petrifying masterpiece

You'll lose your head - and so will the characters!

With the TV series back on screens, is the 1990 version worth revisiting?

The Handmaid’s Other Tale – revisiting the forgotten film

With the TV series back on screens, is the 1990 version worth revisiting?

Five of the best from the legendary French director

Agnès Varda turned 90 - a look at her five best films

Five of the best from the legendary French director

The Star Wars writers have pulled a J.K. Rowling on us!
Gambling, corruption and revenge all feature. There’s even a loyal horse.

Foreign Film Friday: Western review - Wild West is transported to Bulgaria in this absorbing drama

Gambling, corruption and revenge all feature. There’s even a loyal horse.

Everything from Star Wars, to Interstellar to, uh... the Simpsons

50 years of '2001: A Space Odyssey' - the legacy of Kubrick's masterpiece in ten films

Everything from Star Wars, to Interstellar to, uh... the Simpsons

No childhood is safe in this annoying, unfunny adaption of a classic.

Peter Rabbit review - sacrilegious adaptation is a total mess

No childhood is safe in this annoying, unfunny adaption of a classic.

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