All posts tagged martin scorsese

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 […]

You Were Never Really Here Review – Lynne Ramsay’s Heady Psychological Thriller is a Heavy Hammer Blow to the Senses That Doesn’t Quite Strike at the Heart

Writer/director Lynne Ramsay is an underrated British talent to say the least. A devotedly challenging filmmaker, Ramsay has wowed with the dark drama of films such as We Need to […]

A Cure for Wellness Review – Verbinski’s Cinematic Asylum is Full of Crazy Scares and Psychological Style

Gore Verbinski, now there’s a name you don’t hear as often as you should. The man responsible for bringing us the genuine scares of The Ring, the David Lynch levels of bonkers that […]

Silence Review – Martin Scorsese proves why he is the God of Modern American Cinema

Silence, Scorsese’s 24th feature film, starts in darkness. Ambience rises, the sounds of the Japanese countryside, with birds tweeting, wind breezing. And then cut. The title. Silence. This simple sequence […]