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Dan Meier

Dan Meier

Dan Meier (Writer)
London-based journalist, critic and film obsessive who loves horror movies

Alongside writing reviews for DMovies and The Upcoming, he co-runs the review site Screen Goblin and music blog Jazz Impressions, where you can find him raving about Wes Craven and Wes Montgomery respectively. When he isn’t watching films, listening to jazz or playing the drums and guitar, Dan is usually on Twitter making fun of Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle website Goop.


Other posts by Dan Meier
Freaky
Fans of Christopher Landon’s Happy Death Day movies might enjoy his new horror/comedy Freaky; everyone else will find it more than a little creaky - in cinemas now [Read More...]

Fargo
The sombre and twisted comedy-crime classic has now just received a 25-anniversary commemorative reissue, and it feels as pristine as fresh blood on white snow - in selected cinemas and also on VoD [Read More...]

Nashville
Robert Altman’s 1975 masterpiece is given a 4K re-release in all its subversive, satirical glory, as sharp and defiant now as when it first opened during the USA’s Bicentennial. But Nashville is no celebration; it charts the hypocrisy and tragedy not only of the music business, but America at large - in cinemas from Friday, June 25th [Read More...]

After Love
A widow poses a cleaner in order to penetrate the intimacy of her late husband's secret family, in a British drama about heritage, religion and fractured identity - in cinemas Friday, June 4th [Read More...]

The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be Quiet (El Perro que no Calla)
Argentinean drama about an unruly dog, a meteor and a fishbowl helmet blends surrealism with deadpan to impressive results - on all major VoD platforms on Monday, July 26th [Read More...]

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