Julien Bassignani

I am a French film buff who has been living in London since 2008. Cinema has always been my passion and I am particularly fond of movies from the 40s to the 70s. My favorite directors are Alfred Hitchcock, Henri-Georges Clouzot, Jean-Pierre Melville, Claude Chabrol, Roman Polanski, Brian de Palma and John Carpenter. I'm currently Home Cinema Lead for The Digital Fix.

My Content

The Magnificent Seven Review

All Quiet on the Western Front...

The Nice Guys Review

Shane Black is back with a bang (bang)!

Suburra Review

An ambitious political crime thriller which recalls the strength of Italian cinema in the genre

The Ninth Configuration Review

An intelligent and profoundly human reflection about redemption and the existence of good which should be rediscovered urgently

Ip Man 3 Review

An opportunistic, but still efficient and surprisingly touching, end to the trilogy

Farewell My Concubine Review

A masterful evocation of friendship and love in times of historical changes

Among the Living Review

Stephen King in the French countryside!

Gemma Bovery Review

A clever French adaptation of a British graphic novel set in France...

Youth Review

Sorrentino's last visually emotional achievement

Ghost Story Review

An atmospheric classic ghost story benefiting from extraordinary talents

The Legend of Barney Thomson

Robert Carlyle's directorial debut The Legend of Barney Thomson wins big at the 2015 BAFTA Scotland Awards Ceremony

Pay the Ghost Review

Nicholas Cage sees disappeared people...