Tag Archives: Cinema Eclectica

Cinema Eclectica 196 – Bathtime for Udo

Last week Rob and Graham received a mystery phone call asking them to review Hideo Nakata’s “Ring”. They’re not dead yet, and although the news that this is a twentieth anniversary reissue is making them feel incredibly old they still have to find out if

Cinema Eclectica 193 – The John Entwistle of J-Horror

Two beams of refracted “Moonlight”: the Best Picture-winning (eventually) film’s writer Tarell Alvin McRaney has a new film on Netflix, “High Flying Bird”, which Mark takes a look at before Aidan, Tim and Graham check out director Barry Jenkins’s new work “If Beale Street Could

Cinema Eclectica 191 – Deep Purple’s Oscar Beef

Burnt-out, scrappy-haired and squinting through an agonising hangover – but that’s enough about Graham and Aidan as they’ve got to discuss Nicole Kidman’s transformative turn in Karyn Kusama’s grittier-than-thou cop thriller “Destroyer”. Does it pack the same tooth-loosening impact as the butt of Kidman’s gun?

Cinema Eclectica 190 – Silent Power, Noisy Door

He’s been to Director’s Jail, served his Director’s Probation, and is now worryingly close to being a repeat offender (according to Mick, Graham and Aidan that is). It’s M. Night Shyamalan, whose trilogy-capper “Glass” is put under the magnifying lens as our Film of the