Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Artist

I can honestly say that I haven’t enjoyed a film as much as I did ‘The Artist’ in a long time; from start to finish this movie is absolutely superb. From the attention to detail in recreating the era of … Continue reading

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The Thing

Apparently not a remake but a reimagining ‘The Thing’ is here to smear disrespect on the John Carpenter classic. What was a tense and chilling thriller with horror elements is presented here as a Cloverfield style monster movie, stealing more … Continue reading

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The Future

After a name change, some interesting art and a series of short stories Miranda July made her debut feature ‘Me and You and Everyone We Know’ it was a brilliant indie film that charmed with its crossover between art and … Continue reading

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Snowtown

Australia has of late produced some amazingly brutal, bleak and yet brilliant films (Animal Kingdom being one good example) and ‘Snowtown’ falls firmly into that category. Based on a true story of Australia notorious ‘bodies in the barrels’ murders that … Continue reading

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Hypnotise

I love you Ok No I really do, you’re my life Ok Shit I was about to leave you But why would you do that? Because I’m bored Because I don’t like you anymore Ok But I’m a hypnotist So … Continue reading

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Justice – Audio, Video, Disco.

Justice are back with ‘Audio, Video, Disco.’ and on first listen it is decidedly different from their debut ‘Cross’. Gone is the straight up dance replaced by a kind of prog-tronica, it’s still primarily dance but big beats are here … Continue reading

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David Lynch-Crazy Clown Time

David Lynch has tried his hand at most things, obviously he is best known for his film work, but now with ‘Crazy Clown Time’ he is venturing into music. From the outset this is an odd record, that’s not to … Continue reading

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