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Stoker (2013)

Stoker is a film as alluring as it is disturbing. It reminds me of the time my friend was intently watching a video on youtube, only to realise it was CCTV footage of a man committing suicide in a petrol station. 685 more words


The Double (2014)

A worker drone for a stiflingly bureaucratic corporation is astonished to find that a new employee is the spitting image of himself but with the drive and self-confidence to achieve all of the goals that seem out of reach to him. 208 more words


Tribeca Film Review: 'Madly'

With “Madly,” the international cool set comes together to make an omnibus film about passionate love, spanning place and sexuality, but not the limitations of the form. 1,111 more words


Alice In Wonderland (2010)

First published by Little White Lies

How do you bring a book to life? How does a figure dreamt up on a page become embodied by a flesh-and-blood person? 557 more words

The Jungle Book: Kids acting with just green screens

Yesterday I went to the cinema to check out The Jungle Book, an amazing new Disney movie, although it was not very surprising as it was the 100th live action Disney classic… I really wonder if Mr. 421 more words


Crimson Peak (2015)

Guillermo del Toro builds an aesthetic dreamhouse that seems to be in a constant nightmare. From the faces that build up the cast to the smallest stitch in every costume, the design of Crimson Peak is so constant; it’s impeccable and jaw-dropping. 608 more words