Boy Meets Girl – Review

When it comes to representation in media things always become a slippery slope. Bad representation is arguably worse then no representation, some things can be done well and others done awfully in the same film, or they can be perfectly fine. Boy Meets Girl gives us this middle zone, and comes across as a (at…Read more Boy Meets Girl – Review


A Journey Through Film – Twenty Days Without War

Russia is an interesting nation to say the least, it's history being a line of autocratic tsars and dictators, famines galore plague the country in it's history, and uprisings were only slightly less common. As a nation it doesn't have the most happy history, however this dark past is useful for one thing, and that…Read more A Journey Through Film – Twenty Days Without War

A Journey Through Film – Jacob’s Ladder

Jacob's Ladder, now this is quite the important horror, it was arguably the biggest inspiration for Silent Hill, one of the greatest horror series of all time. It took the traditional Vietnam war backstory and used it for what could be argued is many things, and exploration of PTSD, the battle of good and evil,…Read more A Journey Through Film – Jacob’s Ladder

A Journey Through Film – Limite

Limite is a very old and a reasonably unknown Silent film, at least outside Brazil. Filmed in 1930 by Mário Peixoto, the film was screened in 1931 but despite some interest the film faded from memory and was thought lost, it was eventually found again and restored by 1978. The funny thing about Limite is it…Read more A Journey Through Film – Limite

A Journey Through Film – Chinatown

Chinatown is an old Neo-Noir from 1974 directed by Roman Polanski, some call its screenplay the best ever written and it's final words are remembered by anyone who happened to watch it. In my new series, a Journey Through Film, I will be looking back on films like this, that either influenced cinema, or that…Read more A Journey Through Film – Chinatown