Tag Archives: Spain

Blood Hunger: The Films of José Larraz

The number of bums on cinema seats may be falling and streaming platform’s as numerous as they are unstoppable, with home video falling somewhere between the two. Even so, there will always be a place for DVD and Blu-ray collectors thanks to labels giving boutique

The Geek Show - S15E31 - Too Fabulous To Be Human

S15E31 – Too Fabulous To Be Human

The Geek Show rolls back into town for another turn on the “Suck It And See” roller-coaster of science and technology news, and this week it’s Rob who joins Producer Rob for afternoon tea and ridiculousness. So what’s in store this week? Well, Elon Musk

The Olive Tree

The Olive Tree (or El Olivo as it’s known in its native Spanish) is director Icíar Bollaín’s third collaboration with the writer and long-term screenwriting partner of Ken Loach, Paul Laverty. It is an aesthetically beautiful, heartfelt and spiritual film that explores the notions of

Stella Cadente

Anybody wondering whether Stella Cadente is a traditional royal costume drama will have their questions answered about twenty-six minutes in, when the King’s assistant goes out to the woods to have sex with a melon while an aria from Madame Butterfly plays. As confident in