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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 Matthew hopes to start writing and directing his own productions one day, having written several unpublished scripts for film and television.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 Matthew hopes to start writing and directing his own productions one day, having written several unpublished scripts for film and television.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

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 horror movies.  I know they’re both just excuses for extreme violence but […]

“Hereditary” is the next step in the renaissance of horror

By Matthew Wilson June 22, 2018

Matthew Wilson looks at the latest horror hit, Hereditary, and finds echoes of the horror genre classics coursing through its blood. For the last few years there seems the be one standout horror movie, from The Babadook to Get Out, the critical renaissance of horror has been interesting and now Hereditary stands as 2018’s entry and […]

“Avengers: Infinity War” is the peak of the Marvel mountain

By Matthew Wilson April 30, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War overcharges everything you’ve come to know and love about Marvel Movies, writes Matthew Wilson, for one truly big screen experience. 10 years ago, Marvel gave us a promise, a post credit scene that nearly everyone missed talking about The Avengers Initiave, and with those three words The MCU was born, 10 years […]

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