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CATCH-UP: Enter The Void

This is a column where I watch then briefly review films that have been on my to-see list. Here are my thoughts. (Year of release: 2009) Thrilling, moving… and fucked up. Gaspar Noé, director of contro thriller Irreversible, has never been a critic’s favourite. ‘Shock for shock’s sake’ has been at the forefront of derision … Continue reading

CATCH-UP: Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

This is a column where I view, then briefly review films that I’ve been meaning to see for quite a while. Here are my thoughts. Uncle Boonmee who can recall his… snore. Palme d’Or winner. That’s got to count for something, right? There is a pantheon where particular art films reside, away from Hollywood, away from … Continue reading

REVIEW: Submarine

Ayoade’s debut treads water. Well. I know what you’re thinking. ‘Here we go again, more indie bullshit.’ Whoa – let’s not pass judgement so expeditiously. Richard Ayoade, the bespectacled geek from the IT Crowd, was in the director’s chair after all; so why not humour the indie bullshit for a paragraph or two? Oliver Tate, … Continue reading

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