New Movie From An Imperial Filmmaker
Film Editor Oliver Weir reviews Nick Rowland's debut feature film 'Calm With Horses' which is streaming on Netflix now
Why should we bother with surreal film? Film editor Oliver Weir argues the case for this often misunderstood subgenre by way of the first Lynchian masterpiece: Eraserhead
Film Editor Oliver Weir recommends that you use this QR code to watch Michael Cimino's 1978 Best Picture winner 'The Deer Hunter' for free
Film Editor Oliver Weir reviews the new Aaron Sorkin film 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' which is streaming now on Netflix
Despite the desolation, the cruelty, and the decay, there is no other film I know of that has a more humanitarian message. It exudes a love for humanity that is often lost in the world.
I think everyone has a soft spot for silly movies. Adam Sandler’s career-long monopoly on this subgenre would make you think he’d be good at them now.
Until Saint Maud, I had not been aware as to just how unsettling a movie can be when religious possession is entirely ideological, self-driven, and delusional.
Thought of as “the first true horror film” by Roger Ebert, Caligari was a visual and thematic turn of pace for cinema at the time.
In these strange and uncertain times, I thought I’d give an update on what I’m doing in quarantine; you might even get a few film recommendations out of it
Imagine a university only for women, imagine lecture halls full of people that can sit less than 2 meters apart. Now, imagine they can spend their degree analysing works of art - welcome to the world of Mona Lisa Smile, also known as Dead Poets Society vol. 2
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