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Review: High-Rise

Times have changed since J.G. Ballard’s High-Rise was published in 1975, but with Ben Wheatley’s adaptation of the acclaimed novel, we get a vigorous reminder of how untruthful that actually is through a kinetic juncture of excessive decadence as the residents of a hierarchic high-rise collectively erupt into chaos. 813 more words

Movie Reviews

HIGH-RISE [Weekend Viewing Review]

High-Rise is one of those easy-to-miss, under-the-radar releases that appear almost exclusively at film festivals before being released on DVD and Bluray. It certainly is a very film-festival-type film in that it’s damn weird… Damn weird. 1,099 more words

Films

30 April 2016 What we do in the Shadows (13 Feb 2015 USA) - hilarious mockumentary on modern vampire life

Hi there!  Hope this finds you well.  Kyle and I are doing better.  We had some more rain come through yesterday and I am so grateful!  282 more words

North Texas

Tom Hiddleston wants a career like Matt Damon or Joaquin Phoenix

After a few months of speculation, I’m totally over Tom Hiddleston-being-asked-about-James-Bond. At this point, he’s not going to say anything new. And I think the speculation was always rooted in something stupidly obvious: he’s playing a modern spy/asset in The Night Manager, and people don’t want to think much further than that. 697 more words

ENTERTAINMENT

"High-Rise" (2016) REVIEW

If you took the claustrophobic paranoia and shaggy-haired chic of David Cronenberg’s apartment complex horror, Shivers (1975), added a bit of plastic personality and debaucherous decadence from Mary Harron’s… 606 more words

Reviews

Review: High-Rise, living the high life

Ben Wheatley, a man that needs no introduction around these parts, is one of the most interesting and bold filmmakers working today—with a filmography that stretches across the genre with witty dark comedies to the hyper-violent masterpiece… 687 more words

Horror

HIGH-RISE (2016)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 59 minutes

MPAA Rating: R for Violence, Disturbing Images, Strong Sexual Content/Graphic Nudity, Language and some Drug Use… 974 more words

Science Fiction