Author: Naila Scargill

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Where Do We Go Now? [Film]

Set in a remote, mountainside Lebanese village, where the church and the mosque stand side by side, you’d expect Where Do We Go Now? to be a political affair. Particularly when you consider the...

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Arirang [Cinema]

Marking Korean director Kim Ki-duk's return to filmmaking, and indeed the world in general, Arirang is an interesting one that will divide opinion. Having self-imposed a punishing, three-year...

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Love on a Pillow: [DVD]

Celebrating its 50th anniversary this week is the curiously titled Love on a Pillow. (Its original title, Le Repos du Gerrier, or Warrior's Rest, made no sense either.) Also curious is the fact...

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Wilfred [Comedy Series]: Review

Every now and then, a very silly concept will come along and sweep you off your feet, rendering you genuinely mournful when it's all over. A dog that thinks it's human, is fiercely possessive...

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Columbus Circle: Blu-Ray Release

Columbus Circle is one of those films that you find yourself entertained by, but you're not entirely sure if this might be because it's very good, or perhaps instead the kind of very bad...

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Rolling Thunder: Blu Ray Release. Review

From Paul Schrader, writer of Taxi Driver and Raging Bull, it is wonderful to see Rolling Thunder make it to disc, Blu-ray, no less. Titled after Operation Rolling Thunder, the US campaign against...

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Punishment Park

As the UK slips further towards the more and more real prospect of a police state — some, myself included, would argue we’re already there — this 40th anniversary Blu-ray edition of Peter...

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Double Hammer: The Scarlet Blade and The Brigand of Kandahar

Out today, making their world DVD premieres, are these two Hammer classics, The Scarlet Blade (1964) and The Brigand of Kandahar (1965). Both tales of conflict written and directed by John Gilling,...

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Film Review: Guilty of Romance

Sono's Hate trilogy fizzles out with a whimper...

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