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Review - Hoax Hunters #1 (Heavy Metal)

Publisher: Heavy Metal
Writer(s): Michael Moreci, Steve Seeley
Artist: Chris Dibari
Release Date: 1st April, 2015 569 more words


Review - Rick and Morty #1 (Oni Press)

Publisher: Oni Press
Writer: Zac Gorman
Artist(s): CJ Cannon, Ryan Hill
Release Date: 1st April, 2015 417 more words


Sex, Lies, and Videotape

★★★½ 3.5/4

There’s something elegant about Soderbergh’s debut Sex, Lies, and Videotape, which earned him the Palme d’Or at the Cannes film festival. Soderbergh, the youngest director to win the award, kick-started 90’s independent cinema with his mature, otherworldly, yet grounded examination of — well — sex, lies, and videotape. 185 more words


Summer Interlude

★★★ 3/4

Bergman’s tenth feature Summer Interlude finds him completely comfortable in his own style, but still unable to properly execute it. It’s like an incomplete statue, still beautiful, and mostly formed, but not fully rounded. 297 more words


The Exterminating Angel

★★★★ 4/4

An artist is not one who creates meaning; an artist is one who creates possible meaning, such is Spanish director Luis Bunuel. Whether or not Bunuel knows what his 1962 surrealist drama The Exterminating Angel is about doesn’t matter. 303 more words


Review - We Can Never Go Home #1 (Black Mask Studios)

Publisher: Black Mask Studios
Writer: Matthew Rosenberg, Patrick Kindlon
Artist: Josh Hood
Release Date: 25th March, 2015 454 more words



★★★ 3/4

Seinfeld isn’t funny and L’Atalante isn’t a masterpiece. Jean Vigo’s final film — and the one that basically killed him — follows a newlywed couple as they live aboard the small ship L’Atalante. 255 more words