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.
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Latest Film Reviews
An American company attempts to buy up a Scottish village for pennies so it can site an oil refinery there, but the locals have other ideas.
A gangly schoolboy develops a crush on a girl who plays some of the best football he's ever seen - but dealing with girls is even more complicated than it first appears.
A young girl’s life changes when she witnesses a brutal attack.
A young couple – one French, one American – try to keep their relationship alive across two continents.
A rock musician in the middle of an acrimonious divorce tries to gain access to his six-year-old daughter.
A teacher and aspiring writer in Nineties Montreal tells his girlfriend he wants to live as a woman.
A soldier who took part in a hibernation programme reawakens to discover he is the most intelligent person left alive.
Director Robert Guediguian returns to his old Marseilles stamping ground for an entertaining, politically passionate drama starring the director's ensemble regulars.
An absorbing and suspenseful drama about an Albanian family caught in a blood feud.
Two musicians go on the road.