You Must Watch…The Works of Gerry Anderson (Amazon Prime)

5… 4… 3… 2… 1… THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO! If those words mean nothing to you, you obviously haven’t lived a full childhood, and I feel sorry for you. Yes, I’m talking about Thunderbirds. Created by the late Gerry Anderson in 1965 and running until Christmas 1966, Thunderbirds was the fourth project of APF films that used Supermarionation as a filming technique involving puppets with electronic … Continue reading You Must Watch…The Works of Gerry Anderson (Amazon Prime)

God’s Own Country – Review

God’s Own Country is gob-smackingly good, a raw and emotional study of a young farmer, Johnny (Josh O’Connor, sensational) who falls in love with a Romanian worker, Gheorghe (Alec Secareanu, fantastic) in a tumultuous surprise to himself. The standout film of this year’s Berlin Film Festival, I have yet to see a better movie in 2017. The writer-director Francis Lee takes no prisoners. He doesn’t … Continue reading God’s Own Country – Review