ANGEL HEART BLU RAY REVIEW

Horror and noir are two genres that feel like a natural fit - traditional film noir has it's roots in German expressionism after all, which produced early horror films like Nosferatu and The Cabinet Of Dr C... Read More...

LFF: Coup 53 Review

A bizarre execution of form blunts the undeniably potent content of Taghi Amirani’s documentary about the Iranian Coup of 1953. A methodical, hand-held beginning gives way to the injection of a stream of archiv... Read More...

THE DARK HALF BLU RAY REVIEW

'The sparrows are flying again" Early in Stephen King's career, he drew a distinction between his more personal, lauded work and the sensationalist, less refined stories he wrote to pay the bills, such a... Read More...

MOZART IN PARIS GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW

Duchazeau, the crafter of BLACKFACE BANJO and the super GILGAMESH, is an artist who can draw out a richness from an event or a experience. He steeps his work in historionics and weight but also with a style... Read More...

ABC OF TYPOGRAPHY GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW

The History and Origins of word fonts might not seem like the place to go for Graphic Novels but the medium proves to be a natural home to a fascinating collection of myths, legends, dreams and dark realites. F... Read More...