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Suicide Squad

I was primed to slate this film. The reviews were bad and I’m not a fan of superhero movies, particularly with the oversaturation of Marvel. However Suicide Squad has some good things going for...

(Wes Craven Double Bill) The Serpent and The Rainbow and The People Under the Stairs 0

(Wes Craven Double Bill) The Serpent and The Rainbow and The People Under the Stairs

The Serpent and The Rainbow directed by Wes Craven is inspired by the book of the same name written by the Harvard educated ethnobiologist Wade Davis. In it he details his experiences in Haiti...

Battlestar Galactica 2004 (contains spoilers) 0

Battlestar Galactica 2004 (contains spoilers)

When this was on a decade ago, I was incredibly resistant to watching it. I saw it as belonging to the trend of the time of TV shows and films which focused on realism,...

Hardware 0

Hardware

Hardware set in a post-apocalyptic world following a devastating nuclear war, opens with a shot of a scavenger, Nomad, who retrieves the remnants of a droid. A space marine Moses Baxter buys the head...

Tales of Halloween 0

Tales of Halloween

Normally I’m dubious about anthology horror films with the exceptions of Chillerama and Waxwork which are fairly good. Creepshow on the other hand was more of an endurance test, particularly when Ted Danson dukes it out...

Titus (1999) 0

Titus (1999)

Titus, Julie Taymor’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus is a surreal, sometimes comical film with strong performances from Antony Hopkins as the titular character, Alan Cumming as Saturninus and Jessica Lange as Tamora, queen...

American Psycho 0

American Psycho

Given the abundance of reviews on American Psycho, I can’t do justice to this film. However what I have always found particularly interesting is whether the events in the film take place in Patrick...