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Sharuna Warner

Having developed a love for Science Fiction and Horror at an early age, thanks to Mulder and Scully, Lt Ripley and Mr Myers, Sharuna was keen to learn what else the fictional world had to offer.

Expanding her love and knowledge of film through frequent trips to the video store, she was able to sift through the endless watching possibilities. Years later and still obsessed with film, she decided to leave her job and pursue an academic path at university to fulfil and fuel her addiction. In her spare time Sharuna can be found with her nose buried in a book, at the cinema or searching for those movie gems to add to her ever increasing film collection.

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    Hellboy Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    No match for Guillermo del Toro’s vision of Hellboy, this reboot feels like half-finished mindless entertainment, only without the entertainment.  
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    Pet Sematary Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    With It: Chapter Two due to be released later this year, we can’t seem to get enough of Stephen King at the moment and to whet appetites, they’ve resurrected Pet Sematary.  
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    Us Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Jordan Peele’s second feature examines the wider population of America and doesn’t draw lines between race - everyone is fair game here.  
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    The Kindergarten Teacher Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Maggie Gyllenhaal is superb in this beautiful and tragic story of obsession and love.  
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    Cold Pursuit Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Neeson makes a return in another revenge thriller, but don’t let that fool you into thinking it’ll be the same old schtick.  
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    A Private War Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Hardly an easy watch, A Private War focuses on a woman who risked her life over and over again so that she could give voice to those who were unheard.  
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    Aquaman Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    With the likely loss of both Batman and Superman, will a surprisingly fun Aquaman be able to save Warner's Justice League plans?  
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    The Old Man & the Gun Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    This understated heist story with a difference makes for a fitting end to legendary actor/director Robert Redford's much celebrated 60-year acting career.  
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    The Girl in the Spider's Web Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Claire Foy stars as the third realisation of Lisbeth Salander, the dark and dangerous computer hacker that could just about give James Bond or Jason Bourne a run for their money.  
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    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Packed to the brim with characters and subplots and wizardry folklore, the Fantastic Beasts sequel hasn't got many beasts and just isn't that fantastic.  
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    Slaughterhouse Rulez Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Providing a surprise reunion for Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, Slaughterhouse Rulez has a slow start, but when it gets going, it’s all good fun.  
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    Halloween Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Is it a sequel? Is it a remake? Who cares because we've finally got a worthy follow-up to John Carpenter's 1978 classic.  
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    Venom Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Tom Hardy is Venom - the latest Marvel character to undergo the big screen treatment, failing to reach Deadpool heights but providing a fun watch nonetheless.  
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    Mile 22 Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Mark Wahlberg’s James Silva has 8 hours to deliver a package and 22 miles to cover before he can save the day, and you're going to feel every one of them.  
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    BlacKkKlansman Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Spike Lee’s latest joint tells the outrageous and true story of how a black man successfully managed to infiltrate the Klu Klux Klan.  
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    Bad Samaritan Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    An indie thriller that attempts to combine Hitchcockian tension and suspense with recent serial-killer movie tropes, but despite trying its darnedest, just misses the mark.  
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    The Meg Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Possibly one of those so bad it's good movies, Jason Statham's shark-punching The Meg is ridiculous but fun.  
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    The Negotiator Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    From the writer of The Bourne Trilogy comes a taut hostage thriller that will have audiences on the edge of their seats.  
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    Skyscraper Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Yippie-Kai-Oh… The Rock faces off against a mega skyscraper in this summer’s blockbuster.  
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    The First Purge Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    This prequel Purge instalment is packed to the brim with social commentary and conflicting morals, taking us back to where all the madness and mayhem began.  
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    Tag Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Tag is completely ridiculous but somehow it works and manages to be fun.  
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    Hereditary Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Hereditary is a horror film that will remind audiences what creepy really feels like  
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    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is escapism and fantasy at its best.  
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    The Little Vampire 3D Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Rife with preachy lessons on accepting people’s differences, The Little Vampire might be a good yarn for younger audiences — but that’s about it’s only selling point.  
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    Entebbe Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Entebbe tells the true story of the 1976 plane hijacking that resulted in passengers being held hostage for seven days in Uganda.  
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    The Strangers: Prey at Night Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    A knock at the door turns a family getaway into a bloody nightmare in the follow up to the 2008 home invasion thriller, The Strangers.  
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    Every Day Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Every Day is a Quantum Leap-style Young Adult adaptation about finding love that's much more than skin deep  
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    Rampage Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson does battle with super-sized animals in the latest video game to be adapted for the big screen.  
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    Ghost Stories Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Ghost Stories might not have you screaming and hiding behind your hands but it will definitely leave a chill down your spine.  
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    Journeyman Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Paddy Considine's sophomore effort as writer/director sees him taking centre-stage in a powerful tale ripe with superb performances.  
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    Ready Player One Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Steven Spielberg returns to what he does better that anyone with his film adaptation of Ready Player One, an entertaining mix of 80s nostalgia and cutting edge technology.  
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    Pacific Rim: Uprising Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    The sequel to Del Toro's surprisingly fun mecha vs. monsters Pacific Rim is not quite the same testosterone fuelled ride but it just about works.  
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    Peter Rabbit Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Sony Pictures new film adaptation of Peter Rabbit plays fast and loose with Beatrix Potter's original stories but the slapstick comedy should entertain the kiddies.  
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    Gringo Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    David Oyelowo, Charlize Theron and Joel Edgerton star in Gringo, a dark action comedy about a businessman who falls foul of a drugs cartel south of the border.  
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    Game Night Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams star in Game Night, a slick and stylish murder mystery that is both funny and entertaining.  
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    Father Figures Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Owen Wilson and Ed Helms star in Father Figures, a comedy about two brothers searching for their father after discovering he's still alive. The problem is there are a number of potential candidates.  
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    The 15:17 to Paris Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Clint Eastwood's new film tells the story of the terrorist attack on The 15:17 to Paris with the real life heroes playing themselves.  
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    Lies We Tell Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    In the new British thriller Lies We Tell, a middle-aged white man played by Gabriel Byrne becomes involved with a young Muslim woman and discovers differing cultures and a dangerous criminal underworld.  
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    Insidious: The Last Key Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Lin Shaye returns in this sequel to the prequel of the Insidious film franchise but good ideas are never full realised and the results are disappointing.  
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    All the Money in the World Review

    by Sharuna Warner
    Perhaps best known for its last minute replacement of Christopher Plummer for Kevin Spacey in the role of John Paul Getty, Ridley Scott's All the Money in the World boasts some great performances but lacks the necessary dramatic urgency.  
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