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Graeme Strachan


Graeme Strachan is a writer, editor, and journalist based in Edinburgh. He has been a critic and reviewer for over 15 years in areas including theatre, video games and restaurant critique; and likes to dabbles in film and television production. He lives in hope for the day where he finds a more profitable use for his Classical Studies degree than obscure questions in a pub quiz.

Reviews: 60
Other Articles: 0


An occasionally compelling if ultimately unsatisfying re-telling of true events.


Some good ideas and performances wasted in a bog-standard horror film

Apollo 11

A stunning documentary celebration of one of mankind’s greatest achievements

Edinburgh Filmhouse


An unfocused but intriguing autobiography of troubled youth


A campy but fun low-rent remake of the 1970s body-horror classic


Jane Fonda excels in this seminal 70s neo-noir thriller

Edinburgh Filmhouse

Memoir of War

Marguerite Duras’ autobiographical howl of pain fails to translate to the big screen, despite some fine performances