Jeff Robson

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.

All time Top Three: Seven Samurai, Citizen Kane, Apocalypse Now

Recent favourites: The Hobbit, Life Of Pi and Django Unchained.

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Latest Film Reviews

Road
Adrenaline-fuelled tale of a family who have dominated road racing for more than 30 years.
The Wicker Man: The Final Cut
A policeman gets more than he bargained for on a remote Scottish isle - now in a new, restored version with additional footage.
1 - Life On The Limit
Documentary charting the most glamorous – and dangerous years – of the Formula One motor racing championship.
Camille Claudel, 1915
Confined to an asylum, the former mistress of sculptor Auguste Rodin tries desperately to obtain a release.
Blue Jasmine
A troubled woman travels to San Francisco to spend time with the sister she hardly knows.
Kelly And Victor
Two people trying to survive in difficult circumstances embark on a passionate affair
Rush
The rivalry between Formula One drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda comes to a fateful head at the 1976 German Grand Prix.
Wadjda
A young Saudi girl who will stop at nothing to earn enough money to buy the bicycle she craves.
Local Hero
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.
Gregory's Girl
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.
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