CLICK HERE to read my sequence analysis essay on the classic Visconti film, Rocco and His Brothers, at Battleship Pretension. (and while you are there, take a look at their great … Continue reading Rocco and His Brothers: A Sequence Analysis (posted to Battleship Pretension)
I was asked the other day to, in just 5 seconds, name the first movie that pops on my mind, which fulfils the criteria of both simplicity and effectiveness at … Continue reading Smoke (1995) by Leila Murseljevic
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As well as a lifetime romance with cinema and films, I have also had an interest in photography for the last thirty years. My favourite films are almost always foreign … Continue reading Everlasting Moments (2008) – Jan Troell (Pete Johnson)
So, here it is, Voting has ended, meaning it’s time to uncover the top 10 most voted for films by our readers. Thank you to everyone that commented or sent … Continue reading The First Official “A World of Film Top 10!”
Please take a look at my new DVD review of Le Week-End for Battleship Pretension. Thank you Home Video Hovel: Le Week-End, by Darrell Tuffs
It has been among our most popular topics, and now, it’s getting its own official list, made by you! Please comment with your top 10 films of all time, and … Continue reading Your 10 Favourite Films of All Time – Contribute to the official World of Film top 10 list here!
The first film to be directed by John Cassavetes, Shadows, was perhaps the start of what we now know as American independent cinema. Shadows was groundbreaking at the time of … Continue reading Shadows (1959) – Living in the Shadows, by Darrell Ron Tuffs
Originally posted to the excellence site Retro In The 90s After reflecting on the Joe Bob’s Drive-In Theatre post, perhaps the most important function of the horror movie host was … Continue reading Ed Wood (1994) – Tim Burton (Gunnar von Cowtown)
Originally Posted at betweenframes.net. Come check out other reviews written by Mikhail Karadimov Panic Room has long been derided as one of Fincher’s lesser films. Maybe people had trouble accepting … Continue reading Panic Room (2002) – David Fincher (Mikhail Karadimov)
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