All posts tagged "film"
PLGRM FILM | THE MIGRANT MERCHANTS
After 2015 saw the largest migration of people since World War II, PLGRM's newest release celebrates the stories...
FILM REVIEW | THE CROW’S EGG
The two brothers see glossy photographs of a cheese-laden pizza and they figure - rich people eat it,...
FILM REVIEW | THE ASSASSIN
I adore Eastern Cinema. Japanese horror, Korean action, Wuxia, Magical Realism, I love them all. OK, I’m not...
FILM REVIEW | THE MARTIAN
If you know cinema, chances are you know Ridley Scott, and you know that this Hollywood heavy weight...
REVIEW | NTL’S HAMLET
Did high school Hamlet ruin Shakespeare for you? Do you find the Shakespearean dialogue confusing and hard to...
FILM REVIEW | MR TURNER
Is it a coincidence that a lot of films that bore me to tears happen to be period...
PLGRM FILMS | THE HOTLINE
The latest offering from PLGRM, The Hotline, explores the idea of secrets, providing an honest yet sometimes confronting...
RETRO REVIEW | THE THING (1982)
Brett Hutton puts the case for John Carpenter's The Thing (1982) as a remake worthy of watching.
NORTHSIDE FILMS| SELMA
Selma follows Martin Luther King and his most trusted followers as they take their movement to the town...
15TH AUDI GERMAN FILM FESTIVAL
There is a common complaint in popular media that Hollywood is a slave to profit margins, which has...