It’s time for “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum” or Wick in a Box or whatever it’s called, and before Aidan and Graham adjudicate the ultra-violence like a glove-carrying Asia Kate Dillon, we’ve got a Question of the Week where we ask for your favourite
All the leaves aren’t quite brown yet, but the sky is definitely grey so it’s the season for Aidan, Graham and Tim to revisit Wong Kar-Wai’s international breakthrough hit “Chungking Express”. Revitalising his career after the arduous shoot of “Ashes of Time”, it’s still one
When I was a kid, the Liverpudlian comedian Mick Miller used to tell a joke I still regard fondly to this day. He’d stand on stage before the microphone and say “And now, name that film”. He’d then turn his back to them and, looking
Whether or not he was the best director remains to be seen, when the topic of the Giallo comes up one of the first names to come up is Dario Argento. Even if his career took a near-legendary nosedive in the late 1980s-early 1990s, his
Not so much a podcast, more an epic odyssey as we head into the wilderness. After traversing the outer reaches of Producer Rob’s comic collection we hail our slime-mould overlords in the bizarre documentary “The Creeping Garden”, before embarking on a Norwegian safari with “Troll
This week on Cinema Eclectica we break all the rules and anger the Great Internet Overlord. We also manage to cram in reviews of “Kinetta”, “Bitter Lake”, “Diary of a Lost Girl”, “Greatful Dead”, “Wake in Fright”, and “The Children’s Book of Cinema”. That’s right.