Liked The Gentlemen? Then Watch These 5 British Crime Flicks

Lindsay Traves

After submitting her Bachelor’s thesis, “The Metaphysics of Schwarzenegger Movies,” Lindsay decided to focus on writing about her passions; sci-fi, horror, sports, and comic books. She covers movies and games for CGMagazine and you can follow her work on Twitter @smashtraves.

Liked The Gentlemen? Then Watch These 5 British Crime Flicks 6

Liked The Gentlemen? Then Watch These 5 British Crime Flicks

It’s been just over a week since Guy Ritchie’s latest, The Gentlemen, blew up big screens.  Bringing together an ace cast of bandits, Ritchie returned to form to bring us a flick in his signature British crime style.
The Turning (2020) Review 7

The Turning (2020) Review

What do serial killer Ed Gein and 1898’s horror novella, “The Turn of the Screw” have in common? Both have been named as inspirations for a slew of loosely related horror movies. “The Turn of the Screw,” is the chosen inspiration for many haunted house tales, but The Turning is certainly one of the closer […]
The Gentlemen (2019) Review 7

The Gentlemen (2019) Review

Shut up and sit down, you big bald f** and get comfortable for just under two hours of crime by way of The Gentlemen. For his latest, Guy Ritchie has in almost no way evolved from the creator who made his last British gangster epic in 2008, but why would you want him to?
CATS (2019) Review 12

CATS (2019) Review

The lights went up after the end credits of Cats and the room erupted with people hustling to the escalators to leave.  I looked to my friend for her reaction, which she describes as the “John Travolta shrugging gif,” and I consider mine, Jason Bateman as Michael Bluth shrugging “I don’t know what I expected.”
Black Christmas (1974) Review

Black Christmas (1974) Review

It was Friday the 13th, the second in 2019. This one happened to be in December, a time when traditional spooky season is on its way out, but the horror fans amongst us were rubbing our hands together both for warmth and in anticipation of holiday horror.  Holiday horror has given us long-standing classics like […]
5 Organized Crime Easter Eggs you might have missed in THE IRISHMAN 21

5 Organized Crime Easter Eggs you might have missed in THE IRISHMAN

This past week, we were graced with the latest of Martin Scorsese’s opuses, The Irishman.  Though the film runs a barely digestible 209 minutes, it manages to only graze some incredible organized crime history, a history that also has connections to other Scorsese media.  For the crime aficionado, these are exciting references that connect to […]
BITS Film FestShe Never Died (2019) Review

BITS Film FestShe Never Died (2019) Review

Though I’ve never seen He Never Died, its mention as a horror-comedy, one with Henry Rollins center stage, floats around the ether.  Not allowing its legacy to remain a passing glimmer of the time “Rollins lead a fantasy horror-comedy,” She Never Died stands as the sequel/ spin-off, the decidedly not comedic installment in the canon […]


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