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In a film that opens with a family of four running through the woodland, away from armed soldiers, knowing that their doom most likely awaits… would you expect that same film to feature a chainsaw vs. meat hook battle over diamond theft in Turkey? White Fire is indeed robust with crazed scenarios and occurrences, establishing…
White Fire (1984) – Blu-ray Review — Set The Tape
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Dominic is a two-time graduate of The University of Salford, having been awarded BA (Hons) Film Studies in 2017 and MA Media Production: TV Drama Production in 2019. As a specialist in action cinema, the subjects of the 1980s golden age, spectacle and female representation are among Dominic’s favourites – the latter being the basis for his MA dissertation.
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May 25, 2020
Film Reviews, Set The Tape
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