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  • The Holy Mountain

    The Holy Mountain


    Words of warning, and advice before watching The Holy Mountain:

    1.) This is NOT a first date movie.
    2.) This is NOT a family get together movie
    3.) This is NOT a flick to put on if you are after something to relax and unwind to after a long day at work, unless you are unique like me.
    4.) This is NOT a movie that you take with you to movie night with the lads or lasses. Strange looks, and…

  • Caché



    It's been around eight months since I saw Cache (Hidden), and I still can't get it out of my head. Every now and then when I get a spare moment for pause and reflection, a scene from this film will be painted in my minds eye - it's like this film has been etched and ingrained into my conciousness for me to ponder over for the rest of my life.

    I was influenced to watch this film via a musician/songwriter/auteur…

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  • The Handmaiden

    The Handmaiden


    So i was browsing in my local HMV in the new release section, and my eyes caught a gaze on a certain Blu-Ray. I was transfixed on the artwork for a film called 'The Handmaiden'. I instantly picked it up, read that it was the latest feature film by Park Chan-wook and instantly made it to the till points rather gleefully with my copy of the movie.
    The reason I was so excited to watch this was because I had…

  • Dunkirk



    Riveting. Pulsating. Enthralling. Poignant. Yes, Dunkirk definitely lived up to the incredible acclaim and hype for me.

    Having been a huge admirer of Christopher Nolan's work for quite a number of years now, (Memento and Inception are in my top favourite films of all time) I was extremely excited for the release of his tenth feature, Dunkirk.
    I unfortunately missed out on seeing Interstellar (his ninth feature film) on the big screen, so there was no way I was ever…