My Top Films of 2018
8th January 2019
Do you remember Embarr? Regardless, here's an end-of-year list.
My Top Films of 2017
31st December 2017
Pardon the radio silence of late but there's no way I was going to skip an end-of-year list.
The Big Cinema Fare: June 2017
15th May 2017
What will be projected onto your local multiplex screens this June? Warning: Some of these may add to your good weather guilt rather than distract.
Most Likely To Be In A Cinema Near You This Spring
21st February 2017
As I'm in a location where lots of films don't make it onto big screens, let's talk about the ones that the odds are in favour of. What I really mean are the ones with the most money behind them.
JumpCut UK TV - The Odysseys 2016
20th February 2017
The film bloggers award show featuring a broad range of eloquent presenters and then me.
The Resident Evil Recap
7th February 2017
A passable B-movie franchise that spawned from a Japanese zombie horror game series is drawing to a close this week as it's sixth and "final" chapter hits cinema screens. So I decided to go back to watch them all.
My Top Films of 2016
5th January 2016
Dilly-dallying for longer than usual this year, I've finally got the finger out and wrote this.
The Film Quiz of 2016
20th December 2016
In the news it's been a year to forget but the films released haven't been too bad. How well were you paying attention?
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Embarr Films was created by myself, Ethan Barr, as somewhere to share film views with local film lovers.
It all began in the early days of 2013 with a Twitter account. I used that account to post my film views and often tweeted little film reviews confined to those 140-character bubbles. We have since expanded and now also have a Facebook page where we're also happy for you to get in touch and share your thoughts!
I built this website myself from scratch in summer 2013 just to give Embarr Films a bigger web presence. Make sure to check out our Reviews and Views pages before you go and don't hesitate to get in touch!
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