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I eat films for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sound design is my field of expertise.

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My WeekendNotes - 26
I usually love watching bad movies because they hit laughter nerves that you never knew you had. However, sometimes ... [more]
To me David Cronenberg has become somewhat of an enigma in terms of directing. His latest films have been so diverse, ... [more]
As some of you may know, I am an aspiring sound designer for film and animation. Because of this, I do tend to watch a l... [more]
Aardman Animations, who brought us Wallace & Gromit, Chicken Run and Flushed Away, again delights us with another stop... [more]
So those of you who read my review, Top 5 Sci-fi Films To Look Out For in 2013, will know that I have been patiently wai... [more]
I have never attended a performance of the stage show Les Misérables so I have no comparison to share in that respec... [more]
I had heard many mixed reviews before finally deciding to watch this film. I also have a strong aversion to Kristen St... [more]
I went into the cinema with absolutely no expectations. I had avoided anything relating to the film with only a glim... [more]
As an avid sci-fi film aficionado, I am always scouting around for upcoming movies. I tend to trawl IMDB and Youtube f... [more]
Feast is an excellent creature-black-comedy-horror-splatter-fest film. It is a movie that is "self-aware" and shatte... [more]
Directed by Jean-Baptiste Léonetti. Written by Jean-Baptiste Léonetti. Starring Sami Bouajila, Julie Gayet, Jean-Pierr... [more]
I have to confess that brunch is probably my favourite meal of the day, even if it's at 1pm! It's worth depriving your... [more]
Having never watched The Godfather movies until recently, I was unaware of the giant time gap between Part II and Part I... [more]
Continuing on with my quest to watch all the "classic" movies ever made, I watched The Godfater: Part II. I think a lot ... [more]
Scott Caan is not known as a director ordinarily, he is an actor; this does not always mean that a movie will be def... [more]
Directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi. Written by Mary Norton (novel), Hayao Miyazaki (screenplay), Keiko Niwa (screenplay... [more]
As a resident of Brunswick, there are just a few cuisines to choose from. There's Turkish kebabs, pubs, cafes and of... [more]
Korean monster horror in the same vein as Cloverfield and Skyline, minus the found footage aspect. I love watching f... [more]
I love most of Takashi Miike's films, although he churns them out like they're going out of fashion. He frequently t... [more]
In terms of comparing this film to the first, it isn't as good. It doesn't have the claustrophobic darkness and expe... [more]
So another frantic and absurd film from Japanese master, Takashi Miike. Dead or Alive: Final is the third and final ... [more]
This movie was directed by Hark Tsui, who did the Once Upon A Time In China films as well as a whole bunch of modern... [more]
Directed by F. Gary Gray. Writers Elmore Leonard (novel), Peter Steinfeld (screenplay). Starring John Travolta, Uma Th... [more]
I had heard so many good reviews about this film and it was always playing on TV when I was growing up, so it was ab... [more]
Okay, it's taken me so long to finally get around to watching this. First of all there are a number of genres of... [more]
The premise of this film is fairly simple but the execution is amazing. To me it came across as a timeless work. It ... [more]