Jeff Robson lives and works in London and has been a film fan since "watching classic old movies on TV as a kid, then getting a crash course in the Seventies Movie Brats through grainy prints projected onto a lecture theatre wall at university".
His self-published debut novel, Racing To Armageddon, which he describes as 'an old-fashioned Technicolor World War Two thriller with a dash of early Bond', is now available to buy on Amazon. He also writes for the Independent and you can read his recent TV review here.
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Latest Film Reviews
Restored version of the Lean classic sees an idealistic poet/physician and the fiancée of a political activist meet and fall in love against the backdrop of the Russian Revolution.
An Iranian director forbidden to make movies works as a taxi driver, and installs hidden cameras in his cab…
Two sisters in a mining town in the 20s fall in love with two contrasting men.
An expatriate vacuum cleaner salesman is recruited as a Secret Service operative in Cuba.
Restored Western. A town terrorised by a rancher’s thugs hires a professional gunfighter to bring order.
A family from the rural south fight for unity and purpose in post-war Milan.
A Canadian gaming fan sets out to acquire all 678 Nintendo games.
The residents of a tower block find themselves sealed in when a lethal infection breaks out…
In 19th century Wessex, a young woman inherits a farm and attracts the attention of three contrasting suitors.
To defeat a Turkish invasion, medieval Romanian warlord Vlad Tepes must enter into a demonic bargain.