Tag Archives: film.


Film: Lawless

Coarse, unrefined and packing a punch; moonshine is certainly the apt metonymic beverage for Lawless. Nick Cave’s third stab at screenwriting, and his third collaboration with director John Hillcoat, is brash, bawdy joyride through Prohibition-era Virginia, that offers zero intellectual nutritional value but several caskfuls of mindlessly intoxicating goodness.

Film: The Myth of the American Sleepover

Like a modern day Lord of the Flies, in the unmitigated absence of adults, a group of awkward teenagers take rank during one summer night, all yearning for that one last-ditched attempt at hedonism before the school term starts.


Vans: Since 66

Lots of things happened in 1966. Some of them important, some of them football related. One of those things was the start of Vans. 46 years later the company is still going strong and has asked director Eliot Rausch to help show people where they came from.


CPH:PIX Film Festival: The Legend of Kaspar Hauser

Even with the involvement of American provocateur Vincent Gallo, visual artist David Manuli’s take on the fabled German tale is obscure, brash and, above all else, boring.


CPH:PIX Film Festival: The Invader

It all starts with a close up of a pussy, labia and all. Nicolas Provost’s notorious opening for The Invader suggests that the next ninety minutes of film will be daring, defiant, and a trifle pretentious. Strap in.


Preview: CPH:PIX Film Festival

Over the proceeding eighteen days our man will be waxing lyrical about what’s going on around Copenhagen town during the CPH:PIX film festival.


Film: This Must Be The Place

This Must Be The Place is the tale of the quest of an ageing, Nazi-hunting goth-rocker played by Sean Penn


26th BFI London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival: Beauty

Beauty is the uncomfortable story of obsession and repression with a wider narrative dealing with the way the older conservative generation fail to gel with post-apartheid contemporary South Africa

Film: The Kid With A Bike

‘A precocious, fair-haired young boy seeks a form of redemption after the loss of a father figure, in a European-helmed film’ . . . sounds a lot like the blurb for nauseating Stephen Frears schmaltz-fest Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.


Film: Michael

Michael is a film by Markus Schleinzer that goes on Fritzl levels of sordidness. Literally.




CLUE: we love jesus but she dun learn a lot from satan



In Talks – Scroobius Pip.

Hey man, how are you doing today? Im good thanks. Did the last of a four date run of a poetry night i was curating and hosting called the ‘Satin…



Joe Cooke.

You see our background? Yeah you do because it's both sides of this article. Joe took that photo and he also took all these photos.