This week Ryan, Graham and Aidan must face a terrible horror that they’ve ignored for too long, and is now ready to harvest their souls … But before we talk about James Corden there’s Ari Aster’s hit debut “Hereditary” – which has been compared to
I have a strong love for Wes Anderson’s films as they have an odd, quirky feel to each of them. He has a knack for making some of the most mundane aspects of life seem fun and nostalgic; like your first love or a job
A chill fog rises in the air, an unearthly howl is heard across the moors, and Rob’s wi-fi packs up. Yes, it’s our Halloween special, and after a brief stopover in Hammer territory with Indicator’s reissue of “Maniac” (also known as “The Maniac”), we remember
Released on DVD and download by StudioCanal, the history of Terrence Malick’s Song to Song goes back to the summer of 2011, when attendees at Austin, Texas’s famous South by Southwest music festival saw the director filming Ryan Gosling and Rooney Mara in the crowds.
Ryan and Aidan went to Edinburgh and all we got is this podcast minisode (we don’t think you’ll ever get that on a t-shirt). In this special edition of Cinema Eclectica we join them as they discuss Terence Malick’s “Song to Song”, the Irish medieval
This week Rob gets bamboozled by the 1960s. It’s a full-house in Off the Shelf as Ryan completes his Clive Barker odyssey wth “Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth”, Aidan goes western with the classic “Shane”, Rob heads into the void that is “Robinson Crusoe on
It’s a common lament among booksellers that you just can’t get people interested in short story collections, which is a shame considering writers as diverse as HP Lovecraft, E Annie Proulx, Angela Carter, Eileen Chang and Jorge Luis Borges have produced their finest works in