Thirteen films are released every week in the UK on average, that’s more than 650 every year. As a viewer, it can be hard to keep up. And, with blockbusters reigning supreme at the multiplexes, it can be especially difficult to see smaller, independent film releases outside of the main cities. It has become too easy for them to get buried under the weight of multiplying watch-lists. Once upon a time, I used this blog to review the latest mainstream films (I was reviewing for local newspapers at the time) but now I’d like to look back at the enormous catalogue of thought provoking releases that failed to make it big at the box office.      In this new series – ‘Now Showing’…