Tag Archives: No Country for Old Men

Blood Simple

‘It’s the same old song/ but with a different meaning, since you been gone’— Blood Simple is back in cinemas ahead of a blu-ray release by Studiocanal, and there’s no review more pithy than the Four Tops song given pride of place on the film’s

The Friends of Eddie Coyle

Cinema has long been entrenched in its romanticism and mythologising of the career criminal, like previous generations fascinations with warriors or pirates there has been a historical fascination with those not bound by our day-to-day rules. Long story short, these archetypes have evolved into marketable