Monthly Archives: April 2017

Top 10 Netflix gems you might not have seen… Volume 2

Sick of flicking through the same old suggestions on Netflix? Cinema Perspective can help, picking out ten fantastic films that you might not have seen. There’s a mix of old and new movies from a variety of genres, from intense … Continue reading

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DVD review: Raw

 French writer and director Julia Ducournau wowed audiences at Cannes Film Festival last year with her first feature film Raw, a coming-of-age story spliced with an exploration of cannibalism. The plot centres around young vegetarian Justine (Garance Marillier) who enrols … Continue reading

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DVD review: Power Rangers

As modern cinema continues to churn out reboots, remakes and superhero movies, it was inevitable that we would see the Power Rangers reintroduction to the big screen. Adapting the 90s kid’s television series this time around is Dean Israelite, with … Continue reading

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DVD review: Ghost in the Shell

Of all the arts, anime arguably has one of the largest cult followings so news that one of its quintessential pieces was to be adapted into a live-action picture was met with bated breath by much of the fan-base. Stepping … Continue reading

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DVD review: Life

 After proving to be more than capable in a number of different genres, Swedish director Daniel Espinosa delves into challenging sci-fi horror territory with Life. The story follows the studies of scientists aboard the International Space Station, on an explorative … Continue reading

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