We’re a man down this week, but the solemn duty of being a cultural anarchist cannot be stopped by a mere superhero movie, no matter how justified the antagonist is. Two Thanoses (is that the correct plural, or is it like octopus so it would
As well as reviewing the latest releases, our in-house movie podcast, Cinema Eclectica, also acts as your guide to the increasingly labyrinthine home video market. The idea of collecting films isn’t quite the mainstream thing it once was, the rise of streaming and VOD services
“It has always been a dream of mine to communicate how I feel about Shakespeare to other people”, Al Pacino says early on in Looking for Richard. Most actors probably feel the same way, and they communicate it through acting. Pacino wanted to do something bigger.
“Well-made but nauseating”. Is that about Shakespeare adaptations or us? We kick off with a long-awaited minority report for Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s “Cemetery of Splendor” before diving into business as usual – or near enough. Off The Shelf features Koreeda Hirokazu’s “Our Little Sister”, Richard Loncraine’s
Ever since the Golden Age of Hollywood, Shakespeare adaptations have struggled to win a box-office take to match their prestige. The shining exception to the rule came during the 1990s, a period in which the Bard was so bankable that by the end of the decade Julie