It Just Might be His Masterpiece: Revisiting Tarantino’s ‘Inglourious Basterds’ Ten Years Later

It Just Might be His Masterpiece: Revisiting Tarantino’s ‘Inglourious Basterds’ Ten Years Later

Will Quentin Tarantino ever top ‘Pulp Fiction’? Maybe he already has. Samuel Sybert breaks down the artistry behind the iconic director’s ‘Inglourious Basterds’.

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A Clockwork Orange In Retrospect – Its Themes, Its Reception and Kubrick’s Directorial Masterclass

A Clockwork Orange In Retrospect – Its Themes, Its Reception and Kubrick’s Directorial Masterclass

‘A Clockwork Orange’, the controversial 1971 release from directorial master Stanley Kubrick, has been analysed by Lucas Hill-Paul regarding its themes, reception and delivery in this exclusive retrospective.

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From Final Girls to Kickass Women – What Modern Female Protagonists Have in Common with Ellen Ripley

From Final Girls to Kickass Women – What Modern Female Protagonists Have in Common with Ellen Ripley

“Ellen Ripley stands as one of the first pages torn out of a sexist and archaic rulebook.” From Final Girls to Kickass Women – What Modern Female Protagonists Have in Common with Ellen Ripley.

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Alien (1979) Retrospective Review

Alien (1979) Retrospective Review

Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien’ (1979) pairs “genuine, spine-tingling horror and thematic resonance” to create a classic of horror and sci-fi. Lucas Hill-Paul reviews…

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Birds of Passage (2018) Review

Birds of Passage (2018) Review

Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra’s ‘Birds of Passage’, a Colombian picture chronicling country’s Marijuana Bonanza, has “the literary feel of a modern classic”. Lucas Hill-Paul reviews.

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5 American Football Films To Get You In the Mood for Super Bowl LIII

5 American Football Films To Get You In the Mood for Super Bowl LIII

With the world ready for this year’s Superbowl, Craig Sheldon counts down the top 5 Football (American Football) movies of all time.

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“Shut Up and Deal” – How ‘The Apartment’ is Far From a Typical Christmas Love Story

“Shut Up and Deal” – How ‘The Apartment’ is Far From a Typical Christmas Love Story

With “sex, adultery and even suicide”, Billy Wilder’s 1960 comedy/drama ‘The Apartment’ is far from your typical Christmas love story. Craig Sheldon explores in this retrospective look at the all time classic.

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