The zombies of World War Z are characterised by an innate desire to hurl themselves, forehead first and at full pelt, into the nearest glass structure they can find. And who could blame them?
Despite the plane-hopping, episodic plot ("Oh, somebody in South Korea used the Z word in an email? Great, let's go!"), the film felt directionless and flat. Brad Pitt's ex-UN investigator is a little on the dull side, through no real fault of the actor. Giving the…
This fascinating documentary has such a compelling narrative that its dramatic structure rivals that of many a fictional “true crime” story. Tension builds, disturbing questions are raised and our captivating Imposter, Frédéric Bourdin, is framed to look straight into the camera, almost directly addressing us, and making us complicit in his act.
It’s staggering what people will believe when they really want a lie to be the truth, but in a way, for much of the film, the audience is…
If you've never seen it before, Vampire's Kiss is essential viewing.
It has a batshit crazy Nic Cage performance, replete with an incredible attempt at what Keanu Reeves would consider an English accent, it has bucketloads of eighties, it has Cage (genuinely) eating a live cockroach, it has everything you could possibly ever want from a film. I actually want to watch it again right now, and I've only just finished it.