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Fucking hell!

That was a long time not to write :)

But here I am.

And we start a new series.

I’m not a very good film critic. 1,062 more words


The Void: Review

This film is suspenseful, intriguing, and the gore is satisfying, but the narrative void is never truly filled.

The Void was directed by former Winnipeggers Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie, known for their campy, 80’s style horror films as part of the Winnipeg-based production company Astron-6. 446 more words

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Review: Lovesick at Cinematheque

Before I get into review-mode, just wanted to mention that Lovesick was sold out last night! I find there’s usually no need to pre-buy tickets at Cinematheque, but I put my name on the waiting list and thankfully got in. 703 more words

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Review: Tampopo at Cinematheque

Unfortunately, I’m doing this review at the tail-end of Tampopo’s run at Cinematheque. I’ll be more on the ball in the future! But, you never know, it may pop up on Netflix, and you’ll be in for a treat if it does. 262 more words

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Hanoi Cinematheque

À vâng vậy là anh Vượng và cái tập đoàn của anh càng ngày càng tiến sát đến tháp Rùa.

Hanoi Cinematheque- đi hết con ngõ dùng làm chỗ đỗ xe- là gặp. 663 more words

Film - "The Life"

Thu 22 Sep 2016, 7.30 pm

From the organizer:

The boundary between life and death is clearest in the war. In “The Life” (2006), duties to nation, family and personal integrity collide under the bombs of a distant foe. 229 more words

"De Palma": A master class from one of cinema's most controversial directors

“DePalma” has its Madison premiere at 7 p.m. Friday at the UW-Cinematheque, 4070 Vilas Hall, 821 University Ave. R, 1:50, three and a half stars out of four. 638 more words

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