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Dan Bullock

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Dan loves writing, film, music and photography. Originally from Devon, he did London for 4 years and now resides in Exeter. He also has a mild obsession with squirrels and cake. The latter being more of a hobby. Favourite movies include HIGH FIDELITY, ALMOST FAMOUS, ROXANNE, GOOD WILL HUNTING, JURASSIC PARK, too many Steve Martin films and Nolan's BATMAN universe. He can also be found on www.twitter.com/danbullock

Home Entertainment: ‘The Beguiled’ DVD Review

Directed by Sofia Coppola and set during the American Civil War, The Beguiled is a slow-paced but intensely-told story of a group of women...

Review: Michael Giacchino At 50, Live At The Royal Albert Hall

Michael Giacchino is a film composer who’s still on the up and if you’ve watched the likes of LOST, Rogue One, Jurassic World, a...

LFF 2017: ‘6 Days’ Review: Dir. Toa Fraser (2017)

6 Days review: Reviewed at the 2017 BFI London Film Festival, Toa Fraser's true-life drama revolves around the real-life Iranian Embassy siege in April, 1980. 6...

Sydney 2017: The Farthest review: Dir. Emer Reynolds

The Farthest review: The ultimate space  documentary where you can sit back and just immerse yourself in the how's and why's in our solar...

Sydney 2017: Barbecue review: Dir. Matthew Salleh

Barbecue review: Tradition and family congregation is at the heart of this 13 course trip around the world. Barbecue review by Dan Bullock, Sydney Film...

Sydney 2017: Austerlitz review: Dir. Sergei Loznitsa

Austerlitz review: Director Sergei Loznitsa lets you create your own story in this voyeuristic juxtaposition of the lack of connectivity from a modern society...

Sydney 2017: The Workers Cup review: Dir. Adam Sobel

The Workers Cup review: A momentary delight in an otherwise grim perspective of migrant exploitation and human rights. The Workers Cup review by Dan Bullock,...

Sydney 2017: Roller Dreams review: Dir. Kate Hickey

Roller Dreams review: An absorbing and vibrant celebration of the 80s rolling skating/disco scene and the characters who engendered its revolution. Roller Dreams review by...

Sydney 2017: When The Day Had No Name review: Dir. Teona...

When The Day Had No Name review: A disconnected, stretched-out story that would be better suited as a snappy  short . When The Day Had No Name review by Dan Bullock...

Epic all-new trailer and poster for War for the Planet of...

I'm quite content in saying that the return to the 'Apes' saga has probably been one of the most unexpectedly brilliant reboots we've seen... ever?...