Matthew Lee

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Matthew Lee is an undergraduate student in the field of Film Studies at King's College London and a freelance film critic with keen interests in World Cinema, Cult Cinema and Silent Cinema. When not offering his professional opinion on current cinematic affairs he writes short stories which he hopes to one day publish. This London-based writer is hoping to form a career in film journalism, film academia and, if possible, literary fiction. Follow him on Twitter @mattleeonfilms.

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    Everyone’s Going to Die

    With a title like Everyone’s Going to Die (and it’s story of a man in...

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    The Wonders

    In Alice Rohrwacher’s second feature, the Italian filmmaker draws upon more personal experiences...

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    Accidental Love

    In 2008 David O Russell was in the process of co-writing and directing a political...

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    London Road

    Rufus Norris has proven to be a director capable of oscillating between theatre and cinema:...

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    That Sugar Film

    Since the turn of the century, the hidden calories, additives, and preservatives that we consume...

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    As The Babadook proved last year, horror films needn’t adhere to the clichéd “all-knowing”...

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    Man Up

    The Inbetweeners director Ben Palmer has announced that with Man Up he wanted to celebrate the rom-com...

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    A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

    Ana Lily Amirpour’s feature-length debut A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night...

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    Tod Browning’s controversial pre-code horror film Freaks was heavily cut in the USA, and remained...

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    The Good Lie

    Based on an incredible true story, The Good Lie recounts the tale of four Sudanese...