Cinema

Attacking the Devil: Harold Evans and the Last Nazi War Crime (Film)

The story that proved we CAN fight Big Pharma, Attacking the Devil is a rallying cry to the spirit of truth...

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Cuddly Dictators and Visible Boredom: Lost in Karastan

Lost in Karastan is a slightly infuriating missed opportunity, albeit with some charm...

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Doing the Cartoon Nasty: Bazooka Joe and the TJ Bible Belt (Part Two)

Bazooka Joe is a one eyed boy who heads a secret society and is named after a powerful projectile weapon. He was given life by an ex-pornographer then wrapped in wax and sold to children....

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Bazooka Joe and the TJ Bible Belt

By the roaring twenties a cinematic lens was steadily streaming increasingly deranged and lusty images out into the hinterlands of dullsville USA...

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Guilt, loss and blame in smalltown America (Little Accidents)

A bleak smalltown film, centred around a tragic mining accident...

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Documenting The Decline of Western Civilization (Penelope Spheeris)

LA’s early hardcore punk, eighties hair metal and the gutter-punk scene, lovingly filmed by Penelope Spheeris...

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Don’t give me your lesbian orphan propaganda! (Appropriate Behaviour)

Appropriate Behaviour is indication of an exceptionally strong new filmmaking talent....

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I’m not particularly interested in redoing old films (Colin Vaines)

olin Vaines: writer, educator, film producer, cigar smoker and bon vivant is a busy man and his inscrutable demeanour contains an Old Media mix of interest, arch humour, confidence, and unsettling...

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Gallon Drunk [Interview]

In the late afternoon, on the last day of winter, James Johnston and Trebuchet’s Kailas caught up to talk over the reinvigoration of Gallon Drunk and the ghosts of the past....

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Life of Pi: Review

Ultimately, Life of Pi as film is a visual complement to Yann Martel's story as opposed to a fresh telling of its own. But what a visual complement it is....

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London: The Modern Babylon [Film]

Temple’s film is aimed at middle-aged armchair warriors, like himself, and clumsily manipulates the moving image to reinforce left wing stereotypes. Churchill was BAD. Thatcher was BAD. Ken...

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Beyond Histrionics: Film Heroes with Epic Attitude

Who crushed Leonardo's balls? Made Jackie Chan cry? Let Angelina watch her husband die? These questions and more will be answered. This week, due to thoughts of not providing an answer to last...

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Uwe Boll: Is this the most hated man in cinema?

Interview with Uwe Boll film maker and hated director...

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