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Sean McConville


United Kingdom


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My name is Sean McConville, I am passionate individual with 5 years of film studies and film making experience behind me and a lifelong interest in the art of film. I have made and been involved with many films during my time as a graduate of the Newport Film School, one of the many well respected film schools in the UK in 2016.

After graduating, I turned my attention to writing film reviews to insure that I never lost sight of my love for film.

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Justice League

Justice League Review

Once again, we find ourselves in the same position we were in last time a DC Film came out. Massive ...
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Only the Brave

Only the Brave Review

As well as being a humanitarian story, Only the Brave is a fantastic reminder to screenwriters that you don’t have ...
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Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express Review

Agatha Christie has written some of the best hands down murder mystery in literary history. I like to think of ...
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The Snowman 1

The Snowman Review

Put into perspective, the rise of Scandinavian crime dramas is still quite new compared to other media trends. However, their ...
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Blade Runner 2049 1

Blade Runner 2049 Review

Films that define a genre are the most precious of films, because of this, to have a go at bringing ...
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Christopher Robin 1

Goodbye Christopher Robin Review

Wow this film took me back. Winnie the Pooh was a big part of my early childhood growing up as ...
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kingsman GC 1

Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review

The first Kingsman as many would know was not grounded in a gritty reality as many spy films are nowadays ...
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mother! Review

Whilst watching Darren Aronofsky’s latest creation, memories of early film studies started to come back to me. I was reminded ...
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It 2

It Review

Coulrophobia is back people. The original mini-series of It became an instant cult classic and if you ask any adult ...
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The Limehouse Golem

The Limehouse Golem Review

Victorian London and a murder mystery. If it hadn’t been for Jack the Ripper and Arthur Conan Doyle, these two ...
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Essentials for Film Students

This is certainly a sharp turn from reviews but the idea and the service that can be put out by ...
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Detroit Review

Films on historical events tick with me, I often do a ton of research on the event being shown after ...
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The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower Review

As far as Stephen King based films go, there have certainly been hits and misses that need no explanation. And ...
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A Ghost Story 2

A Ghost Story Review

Whist watching A Ghost Story, I was reminded of a film from Thailand called Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His ...
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Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Review

So apparently Valerian is the science fiction of all science fiction culture, it has inspired the like of Star Wars ...
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