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Review: Piecing it together I

For about another week, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image is home to The Nightingale and the Rose, a short film and exhibition reinterpreting the story by Oscar Wilde. 344 more words

Stuff I Like

Review: Crimson Peak

It’s big news in Australia that apparently Tom Hiddleston is here filming the eleventy billionth Marvel film, Thor: Ragnarok. Although, I’m wishing it was just Ragnarok. 663 more words

Stuff I Like

Κριτική: The Double (2013)

Τον Richard Ayoade τον είχα πρωτομάθει από το The IT Crowd μια βρετανική κωμική σειρά, η οποία θα μπορούσε να αποτελεί και πρόγονο του Big Bang Theory. 12 more words

Movies

Crimson Peak (2015)

Incessantly gothic, instantaneously bewitching & indubitably hypnotic from the first frame to the last, Crimson Peak is an ingeniously assembled, beautifully shot & splendidly performed cinema from Guillermo del Toro that blends the elements of horror, fantasy & romance in an exquisite manner, is decorated with sumptuous-looking set pieces, and manages to sustain its ominous atmosphere with great effectiveness. 576 more words

Film Review

Peak Del Toro

Actually I think Pan’s Labyrinth was possibly peak Del Toro, but I have not seen that.

What I did watch as a 99c movie recently, though – and in two parts – was Crimson Peak. 565 more words

Writing

[MIFF 2016 Audio Reviews #8] Captain Fantastic (2016) and Madly (2016) by Bede Jermyn

CAPTAIN FANTASTIC (2016) and MADLY (2016)

Welcome to the 8th edition of my 2016 Melbourne International Film Festival (a.k.a. MIFF) audio reviews. In this one, I share my thoughts on the indie comedy/drama CAPTAIN FANTASTIC and the anthology film MADLY. 44 more words

Movie Reviews

Crimson Peak: More Like Crimson Cringe

Ghosts are real, this much I know. There are things that tie them to a place, very much like they do to us. Some remain tethered to a patch of land, a time and date, the spilling of blood, a terrible crime… There are others, others that hold onto an emotion, a drive, loss, revenge, or love.

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