What will cinema look like in THE WORLD OF TOMORROW? Don’t ask us, we’re only thinking about the next year or so. In the final part of this terminal scratching of our seven-year itch, Ron Swanson takes a look into his crystal ball, which is industry slang for ‘back issues of Screen International’.
In the penultimate episode of our look back at the cultural highlights of MostlyFilm’s past, Mr Moth takes on a seemingly impossible task: condense seven years worth of Mostly Pop into seven singles.
Continuing our look back on the last seven years of MostlyFilm, here’s the final part of an occasional series in which Spank The Monkey travels to foreign countries, watches films in unfamiliar languages, and then complains about not understanding them. This episode: Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Egypt, Denmark, Italy and Japan, 2012-2017.
As part of our look back over the seven years of MostlyFilm’s life, theTramp focusses on the small screen, and in particular what the big telly trends were in 2017.
Each day during our final week, one of our regular writers will pick out seven highlights from our seven years of existence. Today, it’s the turn of Indy Datta, who has been reviewing new releases for Europe’s Best Website for all seven of those years. Actually, scratch that, because the lazy bastard stopped after reviewing Creed two years ago. Maybe he gave up after that to pursue his true metier as a predictor of best supporting actor Oscars. After he recovered from that burn, we asked him to sum up his 7 years of watching and reviewing.