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Steve Palace

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Steve is a journalist and comedian who enjoys American movies of the 70s, Amicus horror compendiums, Doctor Who, Twin Peaks, Naomi Watts and sitting down. His short fiction has been published as part of the Iris Wildthyme range from Obverse Books.

Interview: Danny Huston For ‘All I See Is You’

All I See Is You is an intriguing psychological thriller out to own, starring Blake Lively and Jason Clarke. Lively plays Gina, a young...

Home Entertainment Review: ‘Tango One’ DVD Review

When heroin dealer Den Donovan (Vincent Regan) finds his carefully-constructed criminal empire falling to pieces and his family going the same way, it seems...

“He had a fatal flaw in that he was an international...

British action fest Tango One is coming to the home formats and leading the mayhem is Vincent Regan. A versatile character actor, he's appeared...

Home Entertainment: ‘Una’ DVD Review

Una has a major balancing act to perform. Based on David Harrower's famous play 'Blackbird', it examines the subject of abuse and its consequences...

Interview: Jeff Bauman On ‘Stronger’:”I think in a real life story…...

Stronger is currently on general release in the UK, starring Jake Gyllenhaal. He plays the real-life role of Jeff Bauman, who became the center...

Interview: David Gordon Green for ‘Stronger’

Stronger is receiving its UK cinema release this week. This powerful but surprisingly humorous film tells the true story of Jeff Bauman, who lost...

“My next picture could be a remake of Howard’s End…” Greg...

Out to own this week is Jungle, the knuckle-gnawing true story of adventurer Yossi Ghinsberg. Ghinsberg was stranded in the heart of the Amazon...

‘Jungle’ Review: Dir. Greg McLean (2017)

Jungle review: Daniel Radcliffe continues his quest to distance himself from his previous wizarding worlds with this engaging survival tale, based on a true...

Grimmfest 2017: Rabbit Review: Dir. Luke Shanahan (2017)

Rabbit Review: A women searches for her missing twin in this Kubrick-esque Australian horror. Rabbit review by Steve Palace, October 2017.   While you feel you may...

Grimmfest 2017: The Bride Review: Dir. Svyatoslav Podgayevskiy

The Bride Review: A young bride-to-be finds herself fighting for her life after an introduction to the future in-laws unearths a deadly curse. The Bride...