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If you’ve read any of my reviews before you know how fond I am of horror and that I have a penchant for fantasy, but you will also know that despite all of this, and a semi-obsessive love of BBC’s Doctor Who, I’m not a fan of aliens. As ever I attempted to remain impartial when sitting down to Alien Abduction but in the end my dislike of alien-movies was once again vindicated. Supposedly based on the true story of the “Lights of Brown Mountain” phenomenon, where 27 people were abducted, Alien Abduction follows ... Read full review »
A lovely, strange and character driven coming-of-age comedy drama A Birder’s Guide to Everything immediately caught my attention because, in so many ways, it reminded of the films of my own youth; the awkward and seemingly low budget sort-of adventures where quaint, tongue in cheek or occasionally fantastical metaphors stand in for the horrors and wonders of lust, sex and the ever changing teenage body. Perhaps it was this evocation of remembered emotions that drew me so much to Birders but whatever it was I found ... Read full review »