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The Burning (1981) review

DevMo, Vince (from Red Room), and Denis review the controversial 80s slasher based on the Cropsey legend of NY. Special acoustic performance by Orvenn Lozada.


Movement in Colour

On Sunday 6th December my video Seven Reflections will be screened at the V&A as part of Movement in Colour, a programme by Jamie Jenkinson looking at ‘the relationship between movement and colour in artist film and video.’


A Spoiler-Free "A Second Chance" Review

I was 18 when I watched One More Chance for the first time. Back then, I wasn’t too familiar with John Lloyd and Bea’s work. I only knew them as an in-demand love team who already had some serious teleserye experience.   1,146 more words

John Lloyd Cruz


Something salvaged from a home film processing disaster.  Ilford HP5+, Holga 120 GCFN, Epson V600, along with LR6, On1 Photo 10, and PS 6.  Probably a few other things, but I forget . . .


Review: The Lobster

Words by: Jack Dawson

I have no idea how to approach this film. It’s not just the weirdest movie I’ve seen this year, or even the most off-putting, but it’s a movie that defies description or critique, mostly because it intentionally aspires to be everything that usually dooms a film. 592 more words



The producers of the upcoming – and highly-anticipated – Western film, The Hateful Eight (2015), have released a 7-plus minute featurette in advance of its December 25th premiere. 202 more words