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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- The Endless

Directorial duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have spent the decade making quite the name for themselves in the horror genre. If their first...

Review: My Friend Dahmer

Adapted from John Backderf’s graphic-novel of the same name, director Marc Meyers’ My Friend Dahmeris a peculiar portal into the agonising adolescence of the...

Interview: The Magic Numbers

It’s shaping up to be a busy summer for English Alternative four-piece, The Magic Numbers. With the release of their brilliant new single, “Sweet...

Review: Avengers: Infinity War

The Russo Brothers bring to the screen a war which has been ten years in the making. The Marvel Cinematic Universe began ten years...

Review: A Quiet Place

Last year, critics adored Trey Edward Shults’ horror-drama It Comes at Night. Yet, many complained about the film’s lack of a villainous other, an...

Review: Isle of Dogs

Everyone’s favourite Houston-hailing indie darling is back with a stop-motion delight of visual and narrative expansiveness. Isle of Dogs is a hilarious and heartfelt...

Review: A Fantastic Woman

This year’s Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Language Film is an essential piece of work that feels both timely in it’s trans-genre narrative,...

Review: Ghost Stories

A young man named Simon (wonderfully performed by Alex Lawther) sits in a broken down car surrounded by a gloomy, looming nightscape awaiting help....

Review: Loveless

Never has a film been so perfectly titled as Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Loveless. The pessimistic auteur has been praised by many as the next Andrei...

Review: Red Sparrow

After dusting away the restrictions of the Hunger Games franchise, Jennifer Lawrence went on to star in her most explosive and daring film to...