Monthly Archives: February 2016

Knight of Cups

Right let’s get one thing out of the way, Knight of Cups is shot beautifully, the cinematography, the locations, the lighting all superb everything else I’m afraid is a different matter. Malick’s latest, and I’m a fan of his work, … Continue reading

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Anomalisa

Anomalisa is another trip into the fabulously wonderful mind of Charlie Kaufman (Eternal Sunshine, Being John Malkovich) and while he doesn’t always hit (Synecdoche New York) you can’t say his work isn’t interesting. Anomalisa is one of those films that … Continue reading

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The Survivalist

The survivalist is different in that it is set in a world gone to shit but unlike other post-apocalyptic films it is set in a lush green wood. In a shack in this wood lives our ‘survivalist’ foraging off the … Continue reading

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Bone Tomahawk

Back in the day westerns were ten a penny but you don’t seem to get many anymore even on television we only really had Deadwood and Hell on Wheels to dampen our appetite for all things cowboy. So when there’s … Continue reading

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Jesu/Sun Kil Moon

Mark Kozalek hasn’t been far from the music press headlines in recent years for various reasons and yet despite all the stories is still producing excellent records. That said you either like them or not his distinctive style of sung/spoken … Continue reading

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