All posts tagged Cinema

Why the Suspiria remake may flop, and why it doesn’t matter

The first teaser trailer for Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake was released last week, and the response has been largely positive. Remakes, especially horror remakes, often fail critically and commercially and […]

Jurrasic World: Fallen Kindom – A Floundering Franchise?

The Jurassic Park franchise has been on a rough journey ever since the first film. Steven Spielberg’s original was a classic, ground-breaking film, but his follow-up The Lost World was […]

Kangaroo – A Savage Look At the Controversial Icon

Kangaroo – A Love-Hate Story has sparked massive controversy in Australia and globally – this is to no surprise; it is an incendiary, provocative, and unremittingly bare look at the […]

Aimless Days: 4 Films to Check Out

For most of us, we are very close to finishing, or have finished, this academic year at university. With the end of this high-stress exam period you are likely to […]

Deadpool 2: Exciting and Aimless

To say that 2016’s Deadpool was a surprise success is an understatement. A first-time director, development hell, years of attempted executive meddling, a lead actor who had never been in […]

Breaking In: A Tired Re-Tread of The Home Invasion

After V for Vendetta was a hit with critics and audiences, one would think that director James McTeigue was destined to have a strong career. Alas, it appears that he […]

A Cambodian Spring- Revealing An Underlying Corruption

Far removed from the ancient temples, ruins, and jungles that millions of tourists flee to every year, A Cambodian Spring details an epic protest staged by the community of Boeung […]

Lean on Pete: A Touching Tale of a Boy and His Horse

One of Britain’s rising filmmaking talents is Yorkshire director Andrew Haigh, with acclaimed films such as Weekend and 45 Years, he has shown himself to be a master at realism […]

Rumble: A spiritual exploration of Native American’s musical influence.

In her introduction to Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World at the Canada Now film festival, director Catherine Bainbridge was succinct but passionately claimed that ‘music has the ability […]