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James P.W. Sinclair

James P.W. Sinclair

A massive fan of all things pertaining to film, and an avid movie analyst, I have written reviews for my own pleasure for many years. As horror and comedy are my two favorite genres, I hope to one day produce a film that rivals the classic “Shaun of the Dead”. In the meantime, while taking a break from further education overseas I am filling my time with whatever writing comes my way, and revisiting a number of half-finished scripts that had long been forgotten.
A massive fan of all things pertaining to film, and an avid movie analyst, I have written reviews for my own pleasure for many years. As horror and comedy are my two favorite genres, I hope to one day produce a film that rivals the classic “Shaun of the Dead”. In the meantime, while taking a break from further education overseas I am filling my time with whatever writing comes my way, and revisiting a number of half-finished scripts that had long been forgotten.


Articles by James P.W. Sinclair

“Kill Command” is silly fun with no depth

By James P.W. Sinclair May 24, 2016

And it’s got some of the worst dialogue in recent memory. One thing that I almost always enjoy in a film is when it can effectively incorporate a popular social or political issue into its very plot and dialogue. This is the main reason I was so intrigued by Kill Command after watching its trailer […]

Palme D’Or winner “Dheepan” is inspiring and humbling

By James P.W. Sinclair May 2, 2016

Jacques Audiard’s film has a bit of something for everyone to empathize with. Having no prior in-depth knowledge of the Sri Lankan Civil War, I was interested to see how accessible the plot of Dheepan would be to someone like myself. After sitting through this inspiring and equally humbling journey captured by two time BAFTA […]

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