Friendly reminder that — whatever the Oscars and the Emmys and the Letterboxd Top 250 say — you can consider Hamilton a film if you want to.
How One ‘Yesterday’ Screenwriter’s Dream Became Something Of A Nightmare
Fuck Richard Curtis.
The Shiver of the Vampires 1971
“We were surprised to hear of your deaths. Your reappearance is even more surprising.”
Lesbian vampire thrillers.
Eurovision: Everyone’s a Winner 2023
Ever since that song started getting loads of radio play, I knew I recognised it from somewhere. I assumed it was very similar to something I couldn’t place; I never expected the answer to be “it finished 20th on Eurovision last year”. Wonders will never cease.
Don't understand the negative reactions to this at all. It's not perfect (could do with a bit more clarity in places), but overall I thought it was a really good sci-fi noir.
Also, lol at the people calling it unoriginal while also saying "it's like a Black Mirror episode". Yeah, that comparison didn't get worn out two-dozen like-a-Black-Mirror-episode films ago. You'd think Charlie Brooker was the first person to ever write a story about the dangers of future technology...
The Escape 2016
BMW: Hi Neill, would you like to direct a movie for us?
Neill Blomkamp: A sci-fi movie?
BMW: We're really after a car chase.
Neill Blomkamp: A sci-fi car chase?
BMW: Just a car chase, with a BMW.
Neill Blomkamp: A sci-fi BMW?
BMW: No, we’ve got a real car we want to sell.
Neill Blomkamp: A real BMW in a sci-fi story?
BMW: I mean, it’s part of a series, and the rest were mostly kind of just thrillers...
Neill Blomkamp: A sci-fi thriller?
BMW: *sigh* Just show off the car, Neill.