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The Limehouse Golem – Review

The Victorian era has provided fertile ground for cinema’s lust for murder, mystery, and debauchery, particularly around the unsolved Jack the Ripper murders. What The Limehouse Golem offers is a precursor...
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Their Finest – Review

Second World War-based films seem to be a particularly British obsession – but here comes Their Finest to remind us, in a rather shining example, why that's quite a good idea. A sweet, spiky and...
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Dad’s Army – Review

At last - Britain has produced a true geri-action film. Albeit more geri and less action, Dad’s Army takes on Jerry with a troupe of the ablest British national treasures available. The new - and...

I, Frankenstein – Review

I, Frankenstein is one-part Mary Shelley to three thousand parts "makers of the Underworld quadrilogy". Apart from Frankenstein's Monster – here named Adam and unbelievably ripped for a quasi-zombie –...