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Kieran Freemantle

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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.
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5 Potential Story Issues Facing the Thirteenth Doctor

The reaction from fans to the casting of Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor has been mixed, to say the least, with the expected...

‘Doctor Who’ Series 10 Review – Some Great Episodes in a Sea of Decent

It’s the end of an era, Peter Capaldi's time as The Doctor is ending and stage actress Pearl Mackie has taken over the role...

‘Churchill’ Review: A Noble But Flawed Biopic

Churchill is the first of two films to be released in 2017 about the wartime career of the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.Churchill takes place over...

12 Historical Influences on ‘Game of Thrones’

The seventh season of Game of Thrones is fast approaching and the dynastic struggle for the Iron Throne of Westeros is coming to a...

Retro Review: Wonder Woman (2009) – A Fun Modernization of an Origins Story

Wonder Woman has finally made it to the big screen in her first live-action solo film this week. However, it is not the only...

The Last Kingdom S2 Review: Grounded and Entertaining Historical Fiction

The second season of The Last Kingdom has finished airing on BBC Two in the UK and is now available to binge watch on the iPlayer in its...

Sony To Produce A ‘Wheel of Time’ TV Series

Spanning 14 novels written by Robert Jordan and completed by Brandon Sanderson The Wheel of Time is a popular fantasy series, selling 80 million...
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The 5 Worst Modern Doctor Who Episodes

Doctor Who is coming back to our screens this weekend with eager to see new companion Bill Potts - the first openly gay full-time...

‘The Fate of the Furious’ Review: An Action Movie for 12-Year-Olds, by 12-Year-Olds

The Fast & Furious series is an unstoppable juggernaut of a franchise, turning from a Point Break knock-off to a globetrotting action spy-thriller adventure...

‘The Lost City of Z’ Review: A Grand, Classical Historical Drama

The Lost City of Z is a lavish epic about the explorer and British army officer Percy Fawcett that had huge ambitions but did...

Retro Review: ‘Ghost in the Shell’ Quintessential Anime

Since the live-action remake of Ghost in the Shell is about to be released in theaters - now is the time to look at...

‘Viceroy’s House’ Review: Dull and Poor History

Gurinder Chadha is one of the best known British-Indian directors and certainly one of the most successful – having made movies like Bend It...

10 Harry Potter Characters Who Deserve Their Own Spinoff

It's been nine years since the release of the last Harry Potter novel and five years since the film series concluded with Harry Potter...

Review ‘Arrival’ – Realistic and Cerebral

Are we alone in the universe? That is a question humanity has asked itself for eons and it's been addressed in countless sci-fi films....

Review ‘Doctor Strange’ – An Excellent Marvel Adventure

The movies within the Marvel Cinematic Universe have to walk a delicate tightrope between being unique and different while also being familiar. Their latest...

Review ‘Inferno’ Another Preposterous Dan Brown Yawn

The "Robert Langdon" series is one of those series that Hollywood is desperate to make into a success - getting talents like Tom Hanks...

Review ‘A United Kingdom’ – Prestige and Political

The historical romantic movie 'A United Kingdom' had the prestigious honor of opening the 60th BFI London Film Festival and was broadcast to cinemas...

Review ‘War on Everyone’ – A Hilarious Buddy Cop Movie

Written and directed by John Michael McDonagh the buddy cop War on Everyone is essentially an American-style movie made with British and Irish money...

Lost ‘Doctor Who’ Episodes ‘Power of the Daleks’ Remade With Animation

Doctor Who is one of the longest running shows on television and unfortunately 97 episodes from the first six years of show's run has...

DVD Review: Suburra ‘A Fascinating and Complex Crime Drama’

Suburra is an Italian crime thriller set in the heart of the political and criminal powerhouses and a treat for anyone who is a...
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