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Pride And Prejudice And Zombies

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies
(7/10) review by Christopher Geary

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies scores quite highly as both comedy adventure with gory bits and a cod-historical romance, prompted by the formidable Colonel Darcy's visit to a house in Hertfordshire.


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Dragon Blade

Dragon Blade
(4/10) review by J.C. Hartley

The genre mash-up; dinosaurs and cowboys in The Valley Of Gwangi (1969), cowboys and aliens in Cowboys And Aliens (2011), strippers and zombies in... well, you get the picture. Dragon Blade pitches in-fighting Roman legions, at the time of the Great Roman Civil War, with Han dynasty border patrols protecting the Silk Road.


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The Tunnel - series 1 + 2

The Tunnel - series 1 & 2
(6/10) reviews by Christopher Geary

A remake of Scandinavian TV noir The Bridge (2011), The Tunnel (2013) also offers a cleverly composed serial drama with an equally powerful metaphor of international connection in its use of the Channel Tunnel, in place of the road and rail bridge in the original Danish/ Swedish series.


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Every Home Should Have One

Every Home Should Have One
(6/10) review by Ian Shutter

With its satirical jibes at religious piety, scurrilous presentation of smut in the media, and a healthy disrespect - in all of its oppressive forms - for the British establishment, Every Home Should Have One proved to be a perfect vehicle for the boggle-eyed slapstick farce of Marty Feldman.


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