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Jack Walters

Modern Languages and International Film student with too much time on his hands and too many films in his watchlist. Shameless fan of summer blockbusters and an unapologetic completionist when it comes to movies – most commonly found buying snacks for my next trip to the cinema.

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Succession Season 4 Episode 1 Review

Succession ’s Season 4 Episode 1 is one of the show’s most exciting, entertaining episodes to date, perfectly bridging the gap from last season.

Acidman (Film Review): Chasing Echoes

Acidman is a powerful family drama that uses an entertaining sci-fi mystery to elevate its mature themes of generational trauma and loss.

Zodiac (2007): Film Review

Zodiac is David Fincher’s take on the investigative thriller,an astute character study that’s driven forward by the dark truth of the killer’s crimes.

National Anthem (SXSW Review): The New America

National Anthem adopts a hazy and nostalgic atmosphere to chronicle one man’s journey of self-discovery and acceptance in a new world.

Signs (Film Review): No Coincidences

Shyamalan’s classic sci-fi drama Signs is both a thrilling celebration of the genre and a poignant exploration of the purpose behind life’s random tragedies.

The Accidental Getaway Driver (Sundance Review): A New Kind Of Thriller

By voluntarily drifting from the thriller genre, The Accidental Getaway Driver both creates something original…

The Departed (2006) Review: Crime Has Never Felt So Fun

Nobody makes a crime drama quite like Martin Scorsese, and The Departed (2006) sees his…

The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992) Review: A Festive Delight

The Muppet Christmas Carol uses catchy music and charming characters to suck the audience into a beautiful reimagining of Charles Dickens’ festive novella.

Titanic (1997) Review: Reinventing Blockbuster Storytelling

Thanks to its awe-inspiring set pieces and captivating romance, James Cameron’s Titanic remains just as…

Director’s Intention (LKFF Review): Hit-Or-Miss Hazy Romance

Director’s Intention might delve too deep into the melodrama at points, but there are plenty of touching ideas in this romantic tale of lost love and missed opportunities.