Film Reviews: Sing Me A Song, Bloody Nose Empty Pockets, Alone, Yellow Rose, The Blackout: Invasion Earth


Every week Mark Searby joins Stewart Pink to give us the lowdown on the latest cinema and DVD film releases.

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This week’s reviews include;

Sing Me A Song – A documentarian captures the moments when the internet is first allowed in a remote Buddhist town.

Bloody Nose Empty Pockets – A day in the life of a dive bar in Las Vegas shortly before it closes down.

Alone – A recently widowed world traveller is kidnapped by a cold-blooded killer. She escapes into the wilderness and is pursued.

Yellow Rose – A Filipina Teen from a small Texas town has hopes of being a Country Music star. But she has to decide between staying with her family or pursuing her dream.

The Blackout: Invasion Earth – The planet is plunged into darkness due to an alien invasion. Only a small area of Eastern Europe remains active.


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