21st Jul2017

Top 5: Great British Horror Films – Part 4

by Stuart Wright

In his latest podcast/interview Nerdly team member and Britflicks podcast host Stuart Wright talks with filmmaker and critic David Mault about five of his favourite Great British Horror Films. Mault’s choices incliude: Peeping Tom (1960) Threads (1984) Elephant (1989) Tony (2009) Under The Skin (2013) You can follow David Mault on twitter at @D_W_Mault and […]

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11th Jan2015

Dan’s Ten Best: Movies of 2014

by Dan Clark

The proverbial Top Ten List. A sacred tradition passed down by our cinematic elders. This is the fourth time I have partaken in this holy tradition, and one thing has remained constant is that this list is never set in stone. As we catch up with more films we missed or rewatch our favorites it […]

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07th Jul2014

‘Under the Skin’ Blu-ray Review

by Dan Clark

Stars: Scarlett Johansson, Paul Brannigan, Jessica Mance, Joe Szula, Lynsey Taylor Mackay | Written by Walter Campbell | Directed by Jonathan Glazer When Jonathan Glazer last directed almost ten years ago he polarized audiences with his controversial film Birth. His latest effort will no doubt have a similar effect. Under the Skin is a Kubrikian-esque Science Fiction […]

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19th Apr2014

‘Under the Skin’ Review (2nd Opinion)

by Dan Clark

Stars: Scarlett Johansson, Paul Brannigan, Jessica Mance, Joe Szula, Lynsey Taylor Mackay | Written by Walter Campbell | Directed by Jonathan Glazer When Jonathan Glazer last directed almost ten years ago he polarized audiences with his controversial film Birth. His latest effort will no doubt have a similar effect. Under the Skin is a Kubrikian-esque Science Fiction […]

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30th Sep2013

TIFF 2013 Review: ‘Under The Skin’

by Guest

Stars: Scarlett Johansson, Paul Brannigan, Jessica Mance, Joe Szula, Lynsey Taylor Mackay | Written by Walter Campbell | Directed by Jonathan Glazer Review by Scott Clark of The People’s Movies Directed by Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast) and filmed entirely on location across Scotland Under the Skin is a film flaunting incredible cinematography strung together by a predominantly performance-orientated narrative. […]