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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.

Creed DVD Review: “A steady-on-its-feet reboot”

For an underdog story, the Rocky franchise sure has a lot of fight in it. This entry is essentially chapter seven. Yet while it...

Just the right age for this sh*t! ‘Lethal Weapon’ trailer lands

Hot on the heels of a series order, Fox has released a full-blown trailer for its small screen reboot of Lethal Weapon. Clayne Crawford...

Orthodox DVD Review: “An intriguing boxing-crime drama”

Director: David Leon Starring: Stephen Graham, Michael Smiley, Rebecca Callard, Giacomo Mancini, Christopher Fairbank The last time I watched Stephen Graham he was on screen in...

Cannes 2016: Dakota Johnson goes from Grey to Silver for ‘It...

After suffering at the hands of Christian Grey for the Fifty Shades franchise, Dakota Johnson may be seeking out something lighter for pastures new. It's...

Enter the ‘Green Room’ with writer/director Jeremy Saulnier

Jeremy Saulnier is a colourful director. I mean this in more ways than one - his breakout feature was the bloody and brutal Blue...

Cannes 2016: Irons hitches ride with Huston in comedy ‘An Actor...

The buddy movie is about to get a double shot of thespian adrenaline, thanks to just-announced family comedy An Actor Prepares. Seasoned board-treader Jeremy Irons...

‘Lethal Weapon’ gets a series

Mel Gibson was supplanted in moviegoers' imaginations recently as Mad Max. Now it's the turn of his other iconic character Martin Riggs to get...

Queens of kick ass! ‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ feature

The ladies of the moviegoing public are delivered a multipack of fairytale delights, care of this week's major offering The Huntsman: Winter's War. While...

Grandma DVD Review

The movie is called Grandma and stars Lily Tomlin. That's all you really need to know about this diverting 80 minutes of indie-style drama....

Tribeca ’16: The Night Manager Review: “Stylish, towering & intoxicating”

The Night Manager review: A stylishly intoxicating tale of espionage with bond-esque sensibility The British Broadcasting Corporation and novelist John Le Carré go way, way back....