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Christopher Weston

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A Film and Journalism student at De Montfort University with a passion for the Arts. Interested in cinema from around the globe with a keen interest in East-Asian Cinema and the works of David Lynch. Achieve much joy writing about the things I love and my experiences and interactions with the artistic exercises of others.

Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri

On first glance, it would be safe to assume that with the Coen Brothers announcing their venture into television, brothers John Michael and Martin...

Review: The Disaster Artist

Dubbed the Citizen Kane of bad movies, Tommy Wiseau’s The Room is a rare beast. In 2003, no audiences could have anticipated just how...

Review: The Killing of a Sacred Deer

After the success of 2015’s The Lobster, Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos has been launched into the limelight, heralded as one of the most interesting...

Review: Suburbicon

The nuclear family takes a good kicking in George Clooney’s latest directorial effort, proving once again why the charismatic star is better in front...

In Conversation: The Twang

Some bands come and go, but these Brummie boys have stuck with it through and through - it can only be, The Twang. Even...

Review: Ingrid Goes West

Matt Spicer’s first directorial feature may just be the film of our times. Well, one of them. It is a satirical and relevant look...

Review: Good Time

Two brothers, in crime and in blood, enter a fast-food bathroom drenched in pink-dye, hastily pulling at the ceiling tiles to hide a rucksack...

Review: Justice League

Every so often, you find yourself watching a film and thinking ‘What on earth is going on?’, and in recent memory, no other moment...

Review: Murder on the Orient Express

Director Kenneth Branagh wishes for the audience to be able to smell the steam billowing from the train in his rejuvenation of the classic...

Review: Call Me By Your Name

“Call me by your name, and I’ll call you by mine.” Luca Guadagnino’s (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash) latest film is a masterfully...