It was raining on my day off so the cinema was an obvious choice. With Joker freshly released, and attracting controversy on a scale that seems unusual these days, I was keen to see what all the fuss was about.
What I Learned from Reading about Insects: Some Thoughts
After a few weeks of reading only for pleasure and writing only for work, I decided to take a break… Read more What I Learned from Reading about Insects: Some Thoughts
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: A Review
I loved Once Upon a Time in Hollywood… until it seemed to turn into a Saw movie.
The Good, the Bad, and the Mad: A Review of Richard Wilhermer’s Anomalie
Going to a cinema to see a documentary about psychiatry does not sound like a recipe for a great night out, let alone a recommendable tourist activity, but hear me out…
Green Book: A Review
Is Oscar-contender Green Book a classic feelgood film or a problematic representation of real life events? The truth may lie somewhere in the middle.
When F*cking Hell Seems the Only Appropriate Response: A Review of Mandy
Even though I am a merely an occasional amateur artist, I still hope that one day one of my creations… Read more When F*cking Hell Seems the Only Appropriate Response: A Review of Mandy
Isle of Dogs: The Review
If, less than two weeks ago, you would have told me to go and see an animation film with talking… Read more Isle of Dogs: The Review
Not Your Average Creature Feature: The Shape of Water (A Review)
Last Saturday I decided I was fed up with the rainy weather and my persistent cold and went to the… Read more Not Your Average Creature Feature: The Shape of Water (A Review)
“I Never Knew that Film Used to Be a Book!”
“I never knew that film used to be a book!” Any booklover will hear this statement from time to time,… Read more “I Never Knew that Film Used to Be a Book!”
At Last: The Blade Runner 2049 Review
Literarily predisposed as I am, I rarely look forward to new film releases. But for Blade Runner 2049, the long-awaited… Read more At Last: The Blade Runner 2049 Review