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Here Are Seven Films You Might Have Missed But That You Have To See

Neil Martin gives you a heads up on some flicks you might not have seen: I watch a hell of a lot of films, at the time of writing I have watched 103… Read More

Japandroids – Celebration Rock

Neil Martin chances upon one of the albums of the year so far. Maybe: Teenage angst is overrated. Sometimes the best way to deal with the uncertainties of youth is to accept that… Read More

Dirty Three – Toward The Low Sun

Neil Martin gives his opinion on the long-awaited record from Dirty Three:  Toward The Low Sun is Dirty Three’s first album since 2005 and the band have reconvened after a busy few years… Read More

Red State review

Red State is not your typical Kevin Smith movie, as Neil Martin discovers:  Something strange has happened to Kevin Smith. His past as a purveyor of foul-mouthed slacker comedies does not prepare the… Read More

Troll Hunter is sure to be a cult hit

I don’t know about you but I’ve always wondered why there weren’t more films featuring trolls. The troll is a woefully underrepresented creature in cinema history but you can rest easy, as Troll… Read More

Small Town Murder Songs is a quiet storm

Neil Martin casts his eye over Small Town Murder Songs for SYS and likes what he sees: Ed Gass Donnelly’s Small Town Murder Songs is a quiet storm of a film. A powerful and… Read More