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Kieran Freemantle

I am a film critic/writer based in the UK, writing for Entertainment Fuse, Rock n Reel Reviews, UK Film Review and Meniscus Sunrise. I have worked on film shoots. I support West Ham and Bath Rugby. Follow me on Twitter @FreemantleUK.

THE WALKING DEAD: 8 Actors Who Could Take Over As Rick Grimes

It has been announced that Andrew Lincoln is planning to leave The Walking Dead during the ninth season. Along with Norman Reedus, Lincoln is...

Cartoon Network Reveal a New THUNDERCATS Show for 2019

The ThunderCats are set for a comeback with Entertainment Weekly reporting that the Cartoon Network and Warner Bros. Animation are bringing the anamorphic felines...


Based on Mary Ann Shaffer's only novel The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is a historical drama that looks at the German...

Review: LOVE SIMON – Bold yet Familiar Coming of Age Story

The coming-of-age teen movie is a staple of Hollywood and has become even more popular recently thanks to John Green’s romantic young adult novels being adapted, and they’ve been given an LGBT twist thanks to Love, Simon.

Steven Spielberg Confirms ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Shooting Dates

When Disney bought Lucasfilm back in 2012 they did not only buy the rights to Star Wars, they also acquired the rights to the Indiana Jones franchises. Deadline has already reported that Steven Spielberg has been eying up a fifth Indiana Jones movie as his follow-up project to Ready Player One and he has now confirmed he will start filming Indiana Jones 5 in the UK in April 2019.

Retro Review: SNOWPIERCER – A Modern Cult Classic

Snowpiercer is a sci-fi film that’s five years old, – so it is a stretch for it to be called retro, but it is already on the road to becoming a cult classic and it deserves some more recognition considering how badly the Weinsteins handled the film’s release.

Review: THE MERCY – A Slow and Thoughtful Biopic

he Mercy is a biopic about Donald Crowhurst, an amateur sailor who disappeared when competing in The Sunday Times Golden Globe Race in 1968 – a race for sailors to navigate around the globe solo.

Review: BOJACK HORSEMAN Season 4 – Prepare for More Emotional Gut-Punches

For a show set in Hollywood (or Hollywoo if you prefer) where half the cast is anthropomorphist animals Bojack Horseman is probably one of...

Review: EARLY MAN – Asterix Meets Escape To Victory

When it comes to quality animation Pixar, Disney, Laika and Studio Ghibli top the list. Aardman Animations can join those studios and it is often a treat to see one of their films, including their new release Early Man.

Review: HARD SUN Episode Two Review – Wasted the Potential of the First Episode

Following the conclusion of the first episode that promised a world-changing event, the follow-up of Hard Sun reverts back to becoming a police procedural that just happens to have a slight sci-fi twist.

Review: DARKEST HOUR, A Grand Character Study of a Famous Leader

Winston Churchill is easily one of the most revered British Prime Ministers, being the man who faced the Nazi threat when no one else...

Review: HARD SUN Episode One – An Intriguing Opening Episode

Hard Sun is the latest prime-time series to be shown on the BBC on Saturday nights - a crime thriller with a sci-fi twist.The...

Review: MOLLY’S GAME A Perfect Pairing of A Writer And A Actor

Molly's Game is the fifth film adaptation of a true story to be written by Aaron Sorkin and marks his first time sitting in the director's chair.

Review DOCTOR WHO ‘Twice Upon a Time’ An Underwhelming End for the Twelfth Doctor

It’s the end of an era, 2017’s 'Doctor Who Christmas Special' makes Peter Capaldi’s final appearance as The Doctor and fans are treated to an adventure with two Doctors.

Ranking the ‘Doctor Who’ Christmas Specials: Worst to Best

It’s Christmas, and it means one thing to Whovians: the Doctor Who Christmas Special. Since 2005 it has been an annual event, and it...

Review: PITCH PERFECT 3 – Give It Up Pitches

Who would have a thought a simple story about a female acapella group would have spawned a trilogy, with each entry being a case of diminishing returns.

‘Paddington 2’ Review: A Charming British Sequel

Paddington is back and he is up for more misadventures in the follow-up to the 2014 family film and is already a hit in...

‘Big Mouth’ Season One Review: The American Inbetweeners

To anyone who suffered through the trailer for Netflix’s new animated show Big Mouth you would be forgiven to think it was going to be a...

‘Breathe’ Review: A Solidly Made Romantic Drama

Best known for his performances as Gollum and Caesar and making a career out of wearing skin-tight motion capture suits Andy Serkis makes his...

‘Rick and Morty’ Ranking Season 3, From Worst To Best

The third season of Rick and Morty has come to an end. Fans waited for two years for this season, and they were pleased...