Tag Archives: Clint Eastwood

Breakheart Pass

A train is bound for Fort Humboldt, a snowcapped US Army frontier outpost where an outbreak of fatal diphtheria has decimated the regiment leaving the fort vulnerable and open to attack. On board the train is a detachment of soldiers set to relieve the sick

Rage

After his technically proficient remake of Clint Eastwood’s ‘Unforgiven’, Japanese-Korean director, Lee Sang-il, turns back to the author, Shuichi Yoshida, to film his latest novel, the one-worded ‘Rage’. This is not unfamiliar territory for Sang-il, he previously helmed Yoshida’s ‘Villain’ to great success in 2010

Doberman Cop

Once upon a time, it was instantly apparent when a film was based on a comic or graphic novel as those films concerned themselves with the super-powered and the otherworldly, then around the mid-1990s there was a paradigm shift and the nature of these titles

Cinema Eclectica 95 – BIFAs, Barbies and Brexit

This week marks the beginning of yet another awards season. When will they ever end? Aside from the shiny things we also look at Steve Martin’s “Roxanne”, the skateboarding documentary “Lords of Dogtown”, Tom Hanks’ latest attempt at being a real boy in “Sully”, and