Directed by Brian De Palma, with a score by Bernard Herrmann, Obsession came out 40 years ago today. Blake Backlash watches it again and experiences déjà vu.
The Glasgow Film Festival is over for another year. Blake Backlash and Matthew Turner reflect.
Blake Backlash on the unexpected delights and delightfully unexpected at the Glasgow Film Festival.
Blake Backlash finds that it’s not safe to stay indoors when the Glasgow Film Festival is on.
This Disney film, about a real-life sea rescue, celebrates stoicism and bravery so, naturally, Blake Backlash objects.
Blake Backlash is here with some ideas about how to get the most out of the Glasgow Film Festival, which gets going tonight.
We’re nearly 5.
Blake Backlash watches Terence Davies’ adaptation of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s novel and remembers reading the book in school. He compares the endings – so there are spoilers.
Blake Backlash celebrates the 160th birthday of William Friese-Greene by looking inside The Magic Box.
Blake Backlash tries to get-over the general election by watching political films that aren’t. Or maybe that should be non-political films that are.