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Review: You Were Never Really Here

Film Critic Luis Freijo is quick to sing the praises of You Were Never Really Here, potentially this generation's Taxi Driver

Posted on 19th March 2018

Multi-Review: Black Panther

Redbrick Film offers their opinions on Marvel's Black Panther, a superhero film already being heralded as a potentially game-changing blockbuster

Posted on 21st February 2018

Review: The 15:17 to Paris

Film Critic Luis Freijo is profoundly disheartened by Clint Eastwood's latest true-story-tale The 15:17 to Paris

Posted on 18th February 2018

Review: The Phantom Thread

Film Critic Luis Freijo finds himself sleep-walking through The Phantom Thread, supposedly the final performance of Daniel Day-Lewis

Posted on 17th February 2018

Review: All The Money In The World

Featuring the unprecedented decision to swap out its starring actor at the eleventh hour, Film Critic Luis Freijo reveals whether All The Money In The World was worth the effort

Posted on 19th January 2018

Multi-Review: The Last Jedi (Spoiler Free)

Arguably the biggest release of the year, Star Wars: The Last Jedi requires Redbrick Film's combined forces to be properly reviewed

Posted on 21st December 2017

A Very Redbrick Christmas

With the holiday season in full swing, Redbrick Film's contributors each makes their case for the best Yuletide film

Posted on 16th December 2017

Redbrick Rewind: In a Lonely Place

With the recent release of Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool and the controversy that still swirls around Hollywood, Film's Luis Freijo takes a look back at the 1950 Classic In a Lonely Place starring a young Gloria Grahame

Posted on 13th December 2017

Multi-Review: Justice League

With the release of Warner Bros first ever Justice League film, Redbrick Film comes together to decide whether there truly can be justice for all

Posted on 25th November 2017

Review: The Killing of a Sacred Deer

Film Critic Luis Frejo flies the flag for an alternative style of filmmaking in The Killing of a Sacred Deer, the latest from Yorgos Lanthimos

Posted on 16th November 2017

Redbrick Rewind: Escape from New York

Still reeling from Blade Runner: 2049 Film Critic Luis Freijo revisits another old sci-fi classic: John Carpenter's Escape from New York

Posted on 3rd November 2017

Review: The Death of Stalin

Film Critic Luis Freijo expresses his adoration for The Death of Stalin, the new film from famed satirist Armando Ianucci

Posted on 30th October 2017