Pretty Vacancy: Why Are Distributors Afraid Of Good Art?

Something's been nagging me, and it only seems to be getting worse. Or, more accurately, more prolific. There's been a lot of good poster art recently to lure people to part with their cash and go to the cinema, especially in the US. Teaser posters in particular are designed effectively to pique the interest of … Continue reading Pretty Vacancy: Why Are Distributors Afraid Of Good Art?

Review: Enemy

Like that bit in Akira where the long-frozen pod cracks and Tetsuo gets to discover the truth about the government's secret project, Denis Villeneuve's Enemy finally gets a UK cinema release - two years after production and 11 months after it's US run. Whether it was shelved due to thematic similarities to Richard Aoyade's The Double or whether … Continue reading Review: Enemy