All posts by Sarah Marie

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 […]