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Fantasic Planet - Review

Fantastic Planet is a psychedelic, futurism dystopian French animation from 1973, two beings, one depraved; one primitive is presented, based on a Stefan Wul novel, Rene Laloux’s co-adaptation with Roland Topor is a visually rich, everlasting offering from the era of badly told sci-fi morality tales, which ranged in theme, acting, effects, budget and pretension,

Fight Club - Review

In 1999 our screens were graced with such films as The Matrix, American Beauty and Magnolia, but arguably the greatest film of the year was Fight Club, a bold, brutal and beautiful take on the modern man’s loss of identity.

Four Months, Three Weeks, and Two Days - Review

Set in a town in Romania towards the end of the 1980’s and the Communist Regime, 4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days (henceforth 4 Months) is the second feature film from Romanian director Christian Mungiu.

The Fly - Review

WARNING: Contains spoilers throughout

Often hailed as one of the greatest science fiction horror films of all time, David Cronenberg’s The Fly is continually held in very high regard, yet is seems to be nothing more than a glorified remake of a classic film with added gore and less substance than the original, ironic due to the state of horror cinema at present.

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