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The Little Hours at EIFF: ‘gut-bustingly hilarious’

Following in the lofty footsteps of Monty Python, Jeff Baena directs this foul-mouthed, and rib-achingly risqué take on Boccaccio’s The Decameron to riotous results.  The year is 1347. Dave Franco stars as...

Baby Driver: ‘the ultimate expression of style over substance’

Baby Driver is staggeringly, gut-punchingly, achingly awesome. It’s a film that starts slow, and revs up to one stunning adrenaline-shot straight to the heart: a 30 minute barrage of flashing lights, gore...

Bad Kids Of Crestview Academy at EIFF: ‘a comedy-horror disasterpiece’

Bad Kids of Crestview Academy plays out along the same lines of the Breakfast Club – if the Breakfast Club was a dumb, unfunny, low-budget attempt at making a cult classic. Ben Browder’s sequel to Bad Kids Go...

Novo Amor at Hoxton Hall: a telluric serenade

Walking to Hoxton Hall for Novo Amor’s upcoming gig, light rain patted on my umbrella as a haze of faded pastel colours met the cloudy sky. The melancholy yet enchanting atmosphere was a perfect set-up...

Mac DeMarco at Brixton Academy: ‘extraordinary music and absurd entertainment’

Mac DeMarco, 27 year old Canadian musician/notorious goofball, is known for his eccentric stage presence and extraordinary performances. He undoubtedly lived up to this reputation while performing to an...

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