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Joined24 Jul 08
LocationLondon
AboutAfter nearly two decades of reviewing film, theatre and live events in London, I am interested in almost anything: fringe and mainstream, as well as any type of performance art. I'm especially interested in anything 19th century and have completed a short LAMDA stage management course which has given me increased respect for all the work that goes on behind the scenes! I also review arthouse and blockbusters, as well as museums and events. I’m also a bit of a horror/zombie/vampire nut and hate chickflicks with a passion. I’ve reviewed performances involving everything from dancing pineapples (The Snowman) to middleaged men leaping around in their y-fronts (modern dance – I *think*).
I'm also an extra in a few bigscreen movies, including Ray Winstone's The Sweeney, and the upcoming James McAvoy's Welcome to the Punch, but the less said about that the better!
my website is: www.nrcomms.com
Reviews by Nina Romain
Ma, Wanna party like it's 1999?
Alice in Wonderland, Musical panto levels of lunacy
The First Purge, Intelligent social satire with claws
Above The Stag Theatre, Beautiful urban quarter life crisis
Alice - a new adaptation of..., Creative craziness saves modernday nightmare
The Ghost Train Doesn't Sto..., Septet take terror train trip
The Haunted Doll's House, Miniature evils in Victorian nightmares
The Picture of Dorian Gray, Angelic blond's Greenwich gothic ruin
Dracula, Unconvenential undead take on classic
Alice in Wonderland, Curiouser and curiouser? Just sadder
Bakersfield Mist, Backswoods bohemian bests art criticism
Oculus, Through the evil looking glass
I Found My Horn, Muscial misadventure hits right note
In Fear, Taut, tense, low fi horror
Bram Stoker Film Festival, horror both retro and modern
Frightfest, Oldschool scares and swampland psychos
Dracula, Chaotic Count slaying in Whitby
Alice in Wonderland, Giddy minimalism needs slower pace
Byzantium, Beautiful but meandering vampire tale
The Purge, Panic on streets of LA