Words by David G. Hughes | September 25, 2019
As moral panic around fantasy violence becomes the norm again, Tarantino presents a philosophy of cathartic, ethical screen violence via the charisma of Brad Pitt
Words by George Turner | 1 September 2019
In a time of overwhelming 'realism' on screen, we argue for the creative virtues of silent cinema
Words by David G. Hughes | 14 July 2019
Cinema has maintained an anti-Puritan ethos since its conception, but how long can that last in an age of moralism?
Words by Benjamin Brown | 11 July 2019
Looking closely at Claude Lanzmann's harrowing and seminal nine-hour Holocaust documentary
Words by Edward Weech | 20 April 2019
Why does Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa occupy such a treasured spot in the public imagination?
Words by Ruairi McCann | 31 January 2019
A close look at Wang Bing's eight-hour delve into the survivors of Mao's "re-education" camps
Words by David G. Hughes | 1 October 2019
Why did the digital resurrection of Peter Cushing perturb us so much?
Words by Danny Shanahan | 27 April 2017
Discover the hidden post-colonial meaning of Marvel's space opera