The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (2018) Review

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (2018) Review

The world waited 30 years for Terry Gilliam to finally realise his ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ film, but was it worth the hype? Sam Sewell-Peterson reviews the should-be magnum opus of a great career.

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Oldboy (2003) Review

Oldboy (2003) Review

Chan-wook Park breakout directorial hit ‘Oldboy’ (2003), starring Min-sik Choi in a remarkable leading role, “is an ultra-violent, challenging film”. Full movie review by Andy English here.

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Time Bandits (1981) Review

Time Bandits (1981) Review

Terry Gilliam’s time travelling romp, ‘Time Bandits’ (1981), remains an example of his unique blend of humour and darkness. The first of Gilliam’s Trilogy of Imagination reviewed by Christopher Connor.

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Examining Controversial Depictions of Jesus Christ in Cinema

Examining Controversial Depictions of Jesus Christ in Cinema

As one of history’s most influential figures, depictions of Jesus Christ have caused controversy and discord since the days of the early church, and the same goes for cinema. In this piece Katie Doyle examines cinema’s most provocative interpretations of the Easter Story.

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Katie Doyle’s ‘Movies I Had A Religious/Spiritual Experience With’ Part 3

Katie Doyle’s ‘Movies I Had A Religious/Spiritual Experience With’ Part 3

Terry Gilliam’s ‘Brazil’ and Martin McDonagh’s ‘In Bruges’ are the subject of Katie Doyle’s 3rd piece in her “Movies I Had A Religious/Spiritual Experience With” series, in which she dissects the morality of each film and their profound effects on her.

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The Dark Crystal and Why 80s Nostalgia Can Be Good

The Dark Crystal and Why 80s Nostalgia Can Be Good

Katie Doyle presents why she feels the reemergence of ‘The Dark Crystal’ via Netflix signifies the positive side of this decade’s 80s nostalgia trip.

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