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Screenwriting, religious repression and why you should watch The Last Thing Mary Saw: In conversation with filmmaker Edoardo Vitaletti

Posted by on Jan 29, 2022 in All, drama, Film, Headline, horror, indie, News, thriller | 0 comments

One of the most exciting aspects of covering film releases is the opportunity to discover new talent with the potential to breathe new...

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Review: The Last Thing Mary Saw – “A slow-burning cinematic experience rich in both style and substance”

Posted by on Jan 28, 2022 in All, drama, Film, Headline, horror, Reviews, thriller | 0 comments

Debuts are no easy feat, that’s why filmmaker Edoardo Vitaletti deserves extra credit for choosing to tackle a disturbing period...

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Review: I Carry You With Me (Te Llevo Conmigo) – “Essential and much-needed cinema”

Posted by on Oct 22, 2021 in All, biopic, documentary, drama, DVD/Blu-ray, Film, Headline, Reviews, romance | 0 comments

Some films have the power to connect with audiences on a level so deep and personal that by the time credits roll, the emotional catharsis...

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Review: First Cow – “A slow-burning, meditative exploration of the human condition”

Posted by on Sep 17, 2021 in All, comedy, drama, DVD/Blu-ray, Film, Headline, indie, Reviews, Western | 0 comments

It’s rather comforting to know that, amidst the bombastic corporate wars of competing cinematic universes oversaturating our screens these...

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Review: The Nest – “A mesmerizing piece of cinema”

Posted by on Aug 27, 2021 in All, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews, thriller | 0 comments

Part chilling psychological thriller, part elegant period piece with an incredible sense of time and place, The Nest is at the core a...

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Review: The Father – “A devastatingly beautiful gut-punch of a film”

Posted by on Jun 11, 2021 in All, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews | 0 comments

I have now seen The Father twice and both times, as it reached its heart-shattering final act, I turned into a messy puddle of sobs and...

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Cinematic scope with serialized TV vibes: a few thoughts on A Quiet Place Part II

Posted by on Jun 9, 2021 in action, All, drama, Film, Headline, horror, News, Reviews, sci-fi, thriller | 0 comments

Do you remember A Quiet Place’s abrupt ending? After having just given birth to her new baby and lost her husband within the span of a...

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Review: Minari – “Poetry made into motion picture”

Posted by on Apr 2, 2021 in All, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews | 0 comments

Who doesn’t remember the wondrous and disorienting experience of waking up as a child in the backseat of their family car on a road trip,...

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Review: True History of the Kelly Gang – “A mesmerising piece of cinema”

Posted by on Feb 28, 2020 in action, All, Books, drama, Film, Reviews, thriller | 0 comments

2003’s Ned Kelly, starring the late Heath Ledger in the titular role alongside Orlando Bloom and Naomi Watts was my first acquaintance...

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Review: We The Animals – “Cinematic art at its purest”

Posted by on Jun 17, 2019 in All, Books, drama, Film, Headline, Reviews | 0 comments

There couldn’t have been a better time to release We The Animals than Pride month. The world needs more queer stories that feel relatable...

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