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Category Archives: Film
These Star Wars posters are tremendous. Especially the ‘HBO’ style Empire Box Office logo. Hit ‘continue’ to see more.
Bit old now, but loving how one of my favourite films and one of my favourite childhood TV programmes have been meshed together in this short film.
George Clooney delivers one of his finest performances in this well-balanced drama. Combining a deft delivery of comic moments with a character whose sincerity shines through was never going to be easy but Clooney succeeds with aplomb. Alexander Payne, arguably … Continue reading
cinemetrics from fb on Vimeo. Anything with ‘metric’ at the end is bound to be good and Cinemetrics doesn’t disappoint. The ingenious project is the work of Frederick Brodbeck, a student at the Royal Academy of Arts. Through meticulously analysing … Continue reading
This series of photographs from seminal director Stanley Kubrick provide a window into his intriguing mind and the films he would later make. Before directing such classics as Clockwork Orange and The Shining, Kubrick worked as a freelance photographer for … Continue reading
Following my disappointing experience with The Hangover 2, it was with caution that I ventured into the screening of Horrible Bosses. Despite featuring some big names, I couldn’t help but feel that it the ‘bromance trio’ formula that appears to … Continue reading
Tinker Tailor Solder Spy looks set to be a British tour de force when it hits our screens later this year. Starring Colin Firth, Gary Oldman, John Hurt and Mark Strong, it looks to be a dark and immersive take … Continue reading
With hindsight, it’s a wonder that the famed story of The Borrowers by Mary Norton has not been touched by the magic of Studio Ghibli already. The world of fantasy that the studio usually creates has been replaced by a world just … Continue reading
Super is the latest, surreal trip down the well-trodden path of ‘citizen-turned-superhero’ flicks, starring the excellent Rainn Wilson. The film’s protagonist has cut his comedy teeth on the award winning US version of The Office, and Super is an unnerving … Continue reading