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A fresh reboot of i-Flicks - the same stuff, but more of it in bite-sized chunks. Plus, what I'm writing and enjoying reading on other sites. Now Showing: The 2016 London Film Festival.

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i-Flicks.net is another one of them movie blog things what you heard about on the interwaffles. Of course, film analysis is a very complex process, often we buy analysis essay and also use our own experience to reflect in the reviews all the main points of the film, the ideas that the author wanted to convey, as well as to create quality criticism. This isn't the place for breaking casting news or exclusive blockbuster stills (although we do have a decent bank of film trailers). Rather, we try to write easy-to-read, intelligent discourse on the movies now showing in UK cinemas, particularly the smaller ones you may not know about.


We also attempt to produce more creative ways to engage with them - from movie cupcakes and cinema reviews in song form to How To... guidesflash games and haikus. You won't find an interview with Tom Cruise here, but you will find Tinker Tailor Whack-a-Mole and a rap about Neville Longbottom. Have a poke about, see what takes your fancy.


Who is behind i-Flicks.net? We have children and monkeys all over the UK typing out nonsense in exchange for food. Here are some of them in their own words:


Ivan Radford

Favourite Films: The Usual Suspects, Citizen Kane, The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca, Annie Hall, Seven Samurai, Cinema Paradiso, Sunrise, Chinatown, Bladerunner

By day, I write about houses for overseas property portal The Move Channel. By night, I'm a Woody Allen nut with a taste for Film Noir and all things indie and Hispanic. You can also avoid my scribblings by staying away from Den of GeekLittle White Lies, BBC radio sketch show Newsjack, the Guardian, fellow blog Cine-Vue and other random places.




Selina Pearson

Favourite Films: 12 Angry Men, Strangers on a Train, Casablanca, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, The Lives of Others, Dogma, Bladerunner, The Shawshank Redemption, LA Confidential

I'm a science graduate and a certified geek. I am indecisive and easily talked into doing things (like writing film reviews). I am a research scientist who likes Stephen Fry, cups of tea and Doctor Who.


Ameen Hojabr

(Total Kurosawa nut.)


Jo Bromilow

Favourite Films: Dead Poets Society, Legend, Whale Rider, Rain Man, Up, Watchmen, Princess Mononoke, American Beauty, White Oleander, Lord of the Rings, An Education. And The Devil Wears Prada.

I'm a Medieval English and History graduate, and am therefore certified to tell you everything that is wrong with BBC's Merlin. I want to be the new Miranda Priestly, get married to Jeremy Irons (unless he loses his voice) or Freja Beha Erichsen, and fight against excessive car use, global warming and Ugg boots.



Laura Humphreys

Favourite Films: Gosford Park, Beauty and the Beast, A Fish Called Wanda, The Graduate, Quo Vadis?, Caligola, American Beauty, Hedd Wyn, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Kill Bill 1&2



Sam Jansen

Favourite Films: Twelve Angry Men, The Third Man, Rear Window, Vertigo, Heat, Murder in the First, Stalag 17, Citizen Kane, Subway, There Will Be Blood


Chris Keane  

(Will not disclose personal details. But do not mistake him for some conjuror of cheap tricks.)


Laura Hanlon

(Former film reviewer, now glamorous ski instructor. Ooo, fancy.)


Stephanie Christodoulou

(Has a big nose. Once turned someone into a newt. They got better.)