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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

‘The Ghoul’ review [LFF 2016]

The Ghoul review: Gareth Tunley directs an intense and visceral vision that’s both complex and exceptional. The Ghoul review by Dan Bullock, LFF 2016. The Ghoul is the...

Take a look inside the first two all-new ‘Black Mirror’ episodes

It's nearly time for six new realities of Charlie Brooker's excellent Black Mirror as it returns for a third season on October 21st and...

‘Tickling Giants’ review [LFF 2016]

Tickling Giants review: In the midst of the Egyptian Arab Spring, Bassem Youssef makes a decision that’s every mother’s worst nightmare… He leaves his job...

Chris O’Dowd stars in great new clip for Netflix’s ‘Mascots’

We've already seen the brilliant first trailer for Christopher Guest's upcoming Mascots series on Netflix and now we've got an entertaining clip. It features...

‘Southside with You’ review: “Smart, subtle & perfectly-paced”

Southside With You review: The first of a number of planned Barack Obama biopics enters cinemas. Richard Tanne's film focusses on the POTUS' first date...

‘Blue Jay’ review [TIFF ’16]

Blue Jay review: Alex Lehmann directs Sarah Paulson and Mark Duplass in this monochrome drama which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival, 2016. Blue...

’76 Review [TIFF ’16]

'76 review: An important story to be told that's full of honesty and heart. ’76 is my first insight into Nigerian film making and although Izu...

When Two Worlds Collide review: “Powerful, unforgettable and essential”

When Two Worlds Collide review, September 2016. When Two Worlds Collide isn’t your run-of-the-mill documentary and you certainly can’t take it half-heartedly as it explores...

Amanda Knox: Watch the trailer for Netflix’s exclusive documentary

Whatever you believe happened with Amanda Knox and the murder of her roommate Meredith Kercher in 2007, this new Netflix documentary is literally inviting...

Jude Law is the Pope in stunning trailer for Paolo Sorrentino’s...

Prepare yourself for something utterly baffling and brilliant... as Jude Law portrays the youngest Pope we've ever known in Paolo Sorrentino's upcoming Sky Atlantic...