Lamb – Review

by Jordan King Lamb – A.K.A In The Bleat Midwinter – is one of the most bizarre, beguiling feature debuts we have been given in some time. Directed by Valdimar Jóhannsson, who shares writing duties with frequent Björk collaborator and Robert Eggers’ The Northman co-writer Sjón, Lamb offers viewers a mesmerically off-kilter story about an unlikely found family formed on an Icelandic mountainside farmstead. It’s … Continue reading Lamb – Review

The Greatest Stage Villain Songs : 10 – 1

by Sarah Cook As we’ve mentioned before, villain songs are essential to movie musicals. Even more so when they are on stage. In fact, the coveted theatre halls, and dramatic lighting play very well to an evil number or two. What better way to romp through a belt-y sinister song with a considerable, costumed chorus with a devilishly dynamite dance.  Now we’re at the top … Continue reading The Greatest Stage Villain Songs : 10 – 1

The Greatest Stage Villain Songs – 20 – 11

by Sarah Cook As we’ve mentioned before, villain songs are essential to musicals. Especially when they are on the stage. In fact, the coveted theatre halls, and dramatic lighting play very well to an evil number or two. What better way to romp through a belt-y sinister song with a considerable, costumed chorus and a devilish dynamite dance.  So, now it’s time to play the … Continue reading The Greatest Stage Villain Songs – 20 – 11

Edgar Wright Week: Baby Driver (2017) – Review

by Ren Zelen It’s becoming easy to recognise a film by Edgar Wright – there are trademark aspects: a sense of wit, sharp editing, and a rousing soundtrack. Baby Driver, Wright’s first-ever solo screenplay, offers a premise that is a cinematic convention, but told in a wholly energising and original way. The action-movie potential of the virtuoso driver is hardly a new concept. It’s a … Continue reading Edgar Wright Week: Baby Driver (2017) – Review

Edgar Wright Week: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010) – Review

Edgar Wright is a man who loves film and it shows in every little thing that he does. Every short, every use of music, every piece of editing – It all stems from a deeply rooted appreciation for this beautiful art. The Cornetto Trilogy was a comedy gold, and Baby Driver is one of the best original films, but nothing stands taller for me than … Continue reading Edgar Wright Week: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010) – Review