Milo Paulus

Milo Paulus

Favorite films

  • Cinema Paradiso
  • City Lights
  • Singin' in the Rain
  • Tampopo

Recent activity

  • The Creator


  • Colette


  • The Killer


  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix


Recent reviews

  • Night of the Huntsman

    Night of the Huntsman

    James Dudfield's second short film is finally here, and I was absolutely delighted to be asked again to accompany his short with original music. Last time we had great fun with Escape from Fremantle, and this time was no different!

    Due to covid, Escape from Fremantle wasn't able to premiere with a live audience, but Night of the Huntsman thankfully was able to premiere in a rented-out theatre. Check out James's or the production company's (The Dolly Llama) Instagram for…

  • Riders of Justice

    Riders of Justice


    With a poster and title like this, I honestly didn't expect much from this. I thought this would be a B-Movie type of thriller with an always-cool Mads Mikkelsen in the leading role, but fucking hell, this is a stone cold masterpiece, no joke. This is without question one of the best films I've seen in a long time. It's not often you find such an action-packed, coldblooded, tightly wound, and intricately plotted revenge film to have such impeccable humor,…

Popular reviews

  • Midnight Express

    Midnight Express

    This is not a review, but a short story I want to tell about an experience of mine. I kindly ask you to take the time and read.
    If interested.

    The following is based on a true story.

    Last summer me and my dad decided to visit the beautiful country of Malta, and its gorgeous capital of Valetta. It's a lovely country with great weather and a lot of nice people. In it reside a myriad of stunning buildings, historically…

  • Secrets & Lies

    Secrets & Lies


    In the hands of lesser director, Secrets & Lies could have easily been a melodramatic, sentimental soap opera, but with some of the most real performances you will ever see, observant direction and nuanced writing, Mike Leigh has created a devastatingly authentic, contemporary and frightingly realistic people-person masterpiece where he stupendously mixes humor and pathos as if it's nothing.

    Mike Leigh is one of the most humanist filmmakers to have ever walked the earth. He is a man who just loves…