Tag Archives: 2017

Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

I suppose the biggest compliment I can lay on a lot of these recent Marvel movies is that by the time the home video release comes around, I find myself giddily anticipating a rewatch. My eagerness to take Thor: Ragnarokfor … Continue reading

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Victor Crowley (2017)

Considering that this was shot in secret a good four years after Hatchet III and unveiled in grandstanding fashion upon an unsuspecting Hatchet-loving crowd, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Victor Crowley would be something of an event for the … Continue reading

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Ingrid Goes West (2017)

As entertaining as it is acidic. Perfectly cast, funny and uncomfortable. A King of Comedy for the millennial age. Sure, its targets are obvious and it isn’t saying anything particularly new but it is rendered with so many appealing components … Continue reading

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Landline (2017)

Edie Falco and John Turturro as Jenny Slate’s parents? The casting director of Landline is NOT fucking around. How¬†perfect. I didn’t love Robespierre and Slate’s previous collab, Obvious Child, as much as I probably should have but this one really … Continue reading

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Paint It Black (2016)

At the centre of Paint It Black is a symbiotic relationship between two women; Josie, a twenty-something whose boyfriend has just committed suicide, and Meredith, the boyfriend’s mother; a hateful resentful woman who seems determined to both destroy and possess … Continue reading

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The Belko Experiment (2017)

The Belko Experiment is a film totally committed to its blunt premise. Characters are there to be killed brutally, what little story there is is only there to provide the most basic of genre frameworks. It’s exactly the film it … Continue reading

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Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

Denis Villenueve’s vaporwave remix of Ridley Scott’s seminal and divisive sci-fi classic will no doubt end up being the best looking movie I’ve seen in 2017, or any other recent year for that matter. Stunningly realised by cinematographer extraordinaire Roger … Continue reading

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