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Matthew Wilson

Matthew Wilson

Operating out of Livingston, Scotland, Matthew Wilson has been self-publishing reviews since 2012 - amassing over 1000 and climbing on his personal account at MovieFanCentral- and has produced a number of short films for his Graded Unit at Edinburgh College. Matthew hopes to start writing and directing his own productions one day, having written several unpublished scripts for film and television.
Operating out of Livingston, Scotland, Matthew Wilson has been self-publishing reviews since 2012 - amassing over 1000 and climbing on his personal account at MovieFanCentral- and has produced a number of short films for his Graded Unit at Edinburgh College. Matthew hopes to start writing and directing his own productions one day, having written several unpublished scripts for film and television.


Articles by Matthew Wilson

“Apostle” is both shockingly crazy and surprisingly restrained

By Matthew Wilson November 1, 2018

Matthew Wilson reviews Gareth Evans’ new horror film, Apostle, expecting to see some old tricks but, instead, finds some new, and unexpected, ones. Having been kicked in the head by both of his Raid films, I was looking forward to Gareth Evans’ full-length Horror film Apostle. Even more so having seen how he handled the genre […]

“Slice” is a sloppy B movie that doesn’t quite make the cut

By Matthew Wilson October 4, 2018

Matthew Wilson takes a bite out of new werewolf/ghost/pizza film Slice and finds little flavour in its eclectic, but soggy, offerings. Movies like Slice are part of a genre that I’m calling Kitchen Sink Movies. Films like Detention and Freaks of Nature that take outlandish concepts, throw everything and the kitchen sink at the screen and pray […]

The joke begins to wear a little thin in “Deadpool 2”

By Matthew Wilson July 1, 2018

Matthew Wilson’s spoilerific review of the hotly anticipated Deadpool 2 finds much of what made the first film so popular, which may be its biggest problem. I wasn’t completely sold by the first Deadpool, finding it a good comedy but lacking as an overall film. By comparison Deadpool 2 has a stronger narrative, but ironically the […]

“Revenge” is pure extremism and extremely entertaining

By Matthew Wilson June 30, 2018

Revenge is a film about grotesque characters, unforgivable actions and shocking violence. But you’ll love every second of it, writes Matthew Wilson. I’ve got a bit of a guilty pleasure when it comes to revenge films. It’s the same guilt I feel with French extremist horror movies. I know they’re both just excuses for intense violence but, […]

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