A review of DES, an ITV drama which effectively depicts the criminal’s mindset and culpability, lauding in particular David Tennant’s acting in the titular role.
Tariq Sinnetamby revisits Bee Movie, exploring what makes it as, if not more, enjoyable today as it was 13 years ago. Beyond this, he looks at what guarantees the success of films aimed at children amongst maturer audiences.
Across film genres, soundtracks shape and support the genre and message of the film. Film composers employ various techniques when writing scores, but they all ultimately create tracks with structures that grow and evolve with the film’s motifs.
Oscar Jelley discusses the influence of the BBC on people’s cultural preferences, contrasting it to the user generated algorithms in streaming sites such as Netflix.
Someone said that time is to Christopher Nolan what feet are to Quentin Tarantino and now I can’t get that out of my head. The guy really loves using time to mess with your mind, and Tenet might be the time-iest Nolan film of all time, though it emphasises that people aren’t time travelling per Read More…
Gaia Clark Nevola reviews the new Charlie Kaufman film ‘I’m thinking of ending things’.
A guide to the artistry of new psychological horror.
Curtains have been closed, concession stands bare, for many months. The arts industries have suffered more than many, performing arts in particular, mostly in light of how easily an infectious disease could proliferate in an enclosed space full of people sitting shoulder to shoulder. Concerns now seem to have, well, spread deeper into the industrial Read More…
“It is a truth universally acknowledged” that since man stepped behind a camera we have been subjected to some particularly questionable attempts at adapting those ‘classics’ we hold so dear. The dilemma – to adapt or not to adapt – is a pressing one. ‘Classics’ is not a term I use lightly; on the surface, Read More…
Review: Space is the Place, Sun Ra.