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Luke Ryan Baldock

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Luke likes many things, films and penguins being among them. He's loved films since the age of 9, when STARGATE and BATMAN FOREVER changed the landscape of modern cinema as we know it. His love of film extends to all aspects of his life, with trips abroad being planned around film locations and only buying products featured in Will Smith movies. His favourite films include SEVEN SAMURAI, PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC, IN BRUGES, LONE STAR, GODZILLA, and a thousand others.

‘Downton Abbey’ Review: Dir. Michael Engler (2019)

Downton Abbey is one of British television’s crown jewels. It delights at home and abroad with its recreation of aristocratic life, and the lives...

‘The Legend of the Stardust Brothers’ Review: Dir. Macoto Tezuka [Frightfest...

The Legend of the Stardust Brothers review: The Legend of the Stardust Brothers is one of those films so perfectly suited to the film...

‘Criminal Audition’ Review: Dir. Samuel Gridley [Frightfest 2019]

Criminal Audition review: Frightfest's First Blood strand goes from strength to strength with Samuel Gridley's feature debut being the latest addition. Criminal Audition is a film...

‘Mutant Blast’ Review: Dir. Fernando Alle [Frightfest 2019]

Mutant Blast review: The latest film from the house of Troma has arrived, and it's an beautifully batty as you would hope.  Troma is now 45...

Best of Frightfest: ‘Let The Right One In’ Dir. Tomas Alfredson

Best of Frightfest: As the twentieth anniversary of Arrow Video Frightfest approaches, we at team THN take a look back at some of the...

Best of Frightfest: ‘Battle Royale’ Dir. Kinji Fukasaku

Best of Frightfest: As the twentieth anniversary of Arrow Video Frightfest approaches, we at team THN take a look back at some of the...

‘We Are Little Zombies’ Review: Dir. Makoto Nagahisa (2019) [Fantasia]

Makoto Nagahisa’s debut feature is the kind of debut most filmmakers can only hope for. It has a very unique voice, a particular atmosphere,...

‘Stare’ Review: Dir. Otsuichi (2019) [Fantasia]

Procedural Japanese horror films are ten a penny, and often revolve around an urban myth that is shared amongst groups of young people, before...

Best of Frightfest: ‘Oldboy’ Dir. Park Chan-wook

Best of Frightfest: As the twentieth anniversary of Arrow Video Frightfest approaches, we at team THN take a look back at some of the...

‘Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw’ Review: Dir. David Leitch (2019)

The Fast and the Furious is such a curious franchise when digested as a whole. What started out as a Point Break rehash involving...