Words on a new, independent collaborative art magazine by painter Jack Richardson & photographer Paulina Korobkiewicz. Continue reading Review: Synergy – A new art magazine by Jack Martyn Richardson and Paulina Korobkiewicz.
The acclaimed new film from Ridley Scott boasts a terrific cast, a fascinating narrative structure and a lengthy runtime. But the majority of the conversation ought to be surrounding the morals of the film. Continue reading The Last Duel: Ridley Scott confronts history from a modern perspective.
Discussing Lil Ugly Mane, his new record and the steps leading to it. Continue reading Raging Bull – Lil Ugly Mane’s Pop Precursor
A long overdue profile on my favourite musical artist. Continue reading Earl Sweatshirt – Modern Rap’s Truest Poet
Leos Carax strikes again! Continue reading ANNETTE: An expressionistic, tragic masterpiece.
There appears to be something of a (welcome) trend within experimental circuits of amateur films made independently and released online, a trend of being inspired by the likes of underground filmmakers such as Lav Diaz or Apichatpong Weerasethakul. The influence of the slow cinema movement, which really started to gain traction largely thanks to the internet and its many websites and threads dedicated to cinema, … Continue reading In Review: Experiments with Time (Dir. Chaitanya, 2020)
Some words on the strangest, and funniest, film of 2021 thus far. Continue reading In Review: Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar (2021)
Michael Sarnoski’s debut is a surreal, moving film featuring one of Nicolas Cage’s best performances. Continue reading In Review – Pig (2021)
The Awakening of Lilith’s palpable anxiety shows the great potential of the cast and crew alike. Continue reading In Review: The Awakening of Lilith (Steven Adam Renkovish, 2021)
Looking at Tenet and its place in Christopher Nolan’s career. Continue reading Tenet: Re-Evaluating Nolan & Going Backwards