A place for shorter film and media reviews
The Criterion Collection is a distribution company which has been operating for many years, remastering and bringing back to life many old, forgotten or just
Being a follower of Eureka Entertainment’s Twitter account, Midnight is a film I’ve been hearing quite a lot about for the past year or so,
I have really enjoyed some of Jackie Chan’s Hong Kong action stuff in the past, and also really liked 88 Films recent release of The
“Did you know this theatre is haunted?” The first line spoken by a character in the film, nearly 45 minutes into its running time, perfectly encapsulates
Kim Ji-young, Born 1982 is a film about a woman in her 30s named Ji-young (Jung Yu-mi) who has recently given birth to her first
Looking through the some of the reviews I’ve done for this site already, it’s pretty clear that I am a fan of much of Japanese
Version watched: UK Criterion Collection Blu Ray The Times of Harvey Milk is a documentary about the rise, election and subsequent assassination of gay San
After watching a family utterly destroyed by greed, pride, vanity and vengeance last night in Ran (Akira Kurosawa, 1985), it was something of a palate
I’m Thinking of Ending Things is like a jigsaw puzzle. The pieces all fit together just-so, everything is exquisitely crafted and layered, it all comes
“The work that becomes a model becomes a masterpiece and symbolically reigns over other works” (p. 39) Blurb from publisher website: “The idea that Japanese
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