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  • After Hours

    After Hours


    I realised earlier this week that we're almost two months into 2018 and I haven't watched a single Scorsese movie so far this year, something that had to change with a movie I've been wanting to watch for a while, his 1985 cult classic After Hours, which takes place over a single night following the misadventures of an ordinary world processor named Paul Hackett played by Griffin Dunne.

    Raw, gritty and atmospheric, After Hours would normally be a director's peak…

  • The Killing

    The Killing


    Stanley Kubrick's first drama with professional actors is a classic in the crime genre and a great example of how to do a heist film. Everything is meticulously planned and executed in a fantastic way that feels so unlike anything Kubrick has ever done that I've seen, standing out as a unique feature in his filmography.

    Inspiring the likes of both the bank robbery of The Dark Knight and Reservoir Dogs as well as countless of other heist films, The…

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  • Alien



    Hoop-Tober 2015! (1/31)

    "Now, this air shaft may work to our advantage. Here. It leads up to and comes out in the main airlock. All right, there's only one big opening along the way, we can cover that up, and then we... drive it into the airlock and zap it into outer space."

    And yet another classic movie that I should have probably seen by now is ticked off my watchlist. Hot on the heels of the likes of Lost…

  • The Cloverfield Paradox

    The Cloverfield Paradox


    If you gave former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T. Davies a Black Mirror episode and the budget of a feature-length movie, I can imagine that Julius Onah's The Cloverfield Paradox would be something similiar to what we'd get from him. It even stars the awesome Gugu Mbatha-Raw, who was thoroughly underutilised as Martha Jones' sister in Doctor Who's third season, but makes a solid case for why she should become more of a big name here as she pretty much…