Philip Concannon revisits Basil Dearden’s British classic of repression and shame, on the occasion of its Blu-ray debut as part of Network’s series “the British Film”.
What does it mean to belong? How are we defined by choices we made a long time ago, allegiances pledged in our youth to causes long since cast aside by history as irrelevant, stepping stones on the way to the current orthodoxy? Why were Commodore 64 owners such massive losers? These are all questions Mr Moth hopes to answer in the course of this post.
Phil Wonfornine learns some valuable lessons during Detention
Philip Concannon watches the new blu-ray of this early picture from John Cassavetes.
Laura Morgan emerges, blinking, from a Singalong screening of Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker.
Niall Anderson watches the complete work of Jacques Tati, a man for whom the ridiculous and the sublime were indistinguishable
After 9 seasons, How I Met Your Mother came to an end on E4 last night. Ron Swanson has recovered enough to comment
Blake Backlash hates nearly every ape he sees. From chimpan-a to chimpan-z.
Phil Concannon watches Matthew Barney’s Cremaster Cycle and River of Fundament. Read on if you dare.
In which, during the course of his continued pop reviewing career, Mr Moth discovers there are worse things he can encounter than One Direction or The Wanted.