Amy. (2015)

Amy. (2015)

This film is causing some unwelcome anxiety for critics and viewers alike. Does the unprecedented access director Asif Kapadia (Senna, The Sheep Thief) clearly had mimic the unprecedented access the […]

American Sniper. (2015)

It has caused a Nazi related Twitter war for Seth Rogen after he drew comparisons between the film and Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, has been accused of complicating a real life […]

Gone girl. (2014)

Director David Fincher has a real knack for throwing expectations on their head. His resume is full of films that quite easily could have been wincingly bad – Brad Pitt […]

Boyhood. (2014)

‘What do you want to be, Mason? What do you want to do?’ This is the poignant question asked of Linklater’s protagonist in his passion project, ‘Boyhood’, and one which […]

The Raid 2. (2014)

There’s a set of unwritten rules in films like The Raid 2. Number one: you must never bring a gun to a fist fight. Knives and clubs are fine, just […]

Nymphomaniac, Volume 1. (2014)

Watching Lars von Trier’s 2009 film ‘Antichrist’ is no mean feat. Openly inspired by Japanese horror films ‘Ring’ and ‘Dark Water’, we’re treated to a deranged heave with a dead […]

Making the ‘leave behind’ that much more beautiful.

The ‘moving image versus the static image’ argument is one that can long be debated. Does the multi-faceted nature of film make it easier for the sum of the parts […]

Inside Llewyn Davis. (2013)

‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ is a glorious return to form for the Coen brothers. A musically smooth, kooky comedy wound up in the 1960s New York folk scene, it’s almost good […]

Guest post: Calling all Indie film lovers…

Guest post from Derek Ryan – a budding Indie film maker. “2BR02B and I met by chance one dark night on the internet. It was a steamy encounter, and I […]

Film Feast review

A couple of weeks ago, we told you about the latest House of Peroni residency, this time themed around the best of Italian film. We went down to check out […]