Gareth Negus opens ‘Cult Cinema: An Arrow Video Companion’ and finds a mix of bullseyes and misses.
Indy Datta revisits Waking Life, now available on Bluray from Arrow Video.
Danni Glover takes arms against a sea of troubles with Arrow’s latest box-set.
Indy Datta takes a look at the top-notch new Blu-ray of Philip Kaufman’s remake of “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”, released by Arrow Video on Monday.
My movie is out already but I was in the neighbourhood ok! They seek them here. They seek them there. They seek those superhero’s everywhere! Actually there’s isn’t much seeking required because your TV, streaming channel and cinema are set to be positively chock-full of heroic comic adapted action over the next 12 months. And … Continue reading Comic Con’s super trailers
Writer, director, cinematographer, editor, producer (lets gloss over his actor credits); since Sex Lies and Videotape was released in 1989 Steven Soderbergh has been making interesting films that are quietly celebrated. I say quietly because for some reason Soderbergh never seems to feature in people’s favourite lists in the way that say Scott, Tarantino, Coppola … Continue reading Celebrating Soderbergh
Back once again, Mr Moth has some thoughts, opinions and wry sideways looks at the state of pop right now.
Blake Backlash visits Glasgow’s GLITCH Film Festival which shows work by LGBTIQA+ people of colour
Four of MostlyFilm’s writers settle in for a night (or more) of Slow TV, the latest Scandinavian fad to hit the UK after hygge, fika and hot autistic detectives.
The Revolution Won’t Be Televised (dir Rama Thiaw) An Insignificant Man (dir Khushboo Ranka, Vinay Shukla) Layla M (dir Mijke de Jong, scr Jan Eilander, Mijke de Jong) Contains spoilers for Layla M. The stand out point about The Revolution Won’t Be Televised and An Insignificant Man is that they were made by a Senegalese … Continue reading Whose Story Is It Anyway? London Film Festival Days 5 to 7