Covering the latest and greatest movies, with a focus on independent cinema and cult classics. Motion Picture Blog discusses and recommends good films you may have missed.

I’m Liam by the way, the creator of this blog. As much as I like big-budget blockbusters, it’s the indies I’m most passionate about. Any film that’s not funded by a major Hollywood studio (e.g Paramount and Warner Bros.) is an indie. 

These movies are normally much more original and I’m always eager to tell people about the great ones I find. So, that’s why I started this blog, to bring your attention to lesser-known films I have enjoyed and think you should watch, thereby expanding their viewership. Simple.

Look through the menu bar to find reviews of recent movies, British films and so on. I hope you enjoy the content and feel free to leave a comment on any of my posts.

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  1. One of the first blogs I’m coming across here on wordpress and it looks like I will enjoy it a lot! Excellent reviews and great films, some that I have not seen and some that I have not heard of before, this blog will surely influence some of my future watches.

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  2. I agree, it is very difficult to find good movie. Especially where I live, all the crappy Blockbusters that Hollywood throws, are the kind that are shown in Cinema’s here!! I love a good though provoking movie. Am glad to have found your Blog!! Is it relatively new. I don’t think I’ve come across it before!! None the less, you have a new fan!! 🙂

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