Yorgos Lanthimos’ Elegantly Grotesque “The Killing of a Sacred Deer” It is an exceptional achievement in the art of pushing an audience to the limits of unease.

●●●●● During my teens, I went through a bit of a Faith No More obsession. If it was even tangentially related, I bought and listened to it. One of those numerous side-project albums (Delìrivm Còrdia by Fantômas) still sticks in my … Continue reading Yorgos Lanthimos’ Elegantly Grotesque “The Killing of a Sacred Deer” It is an exceptional achievement in the art of pushing an audience to the limits of unease.

Murder on the Orient Express – review "Murder on the Orient Express" is like a train; it gets you from point A to point B with little fuss.

  ●●●○○ To be honest, I was quite apprehensive about going to see Murder on the Orient Express (2017), Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of Agatha Christie’s most famous novel. Part of this apprehension came from the posters: based on his prominent … Continue reading Murder on the Orient Express – review “Murder on the Orient Express” is like a train; it gets you from point A to point B with little fuss.

Denk ich an Deutschland in der Nacht (If I Think Of Germany In The Night) – Review Will Abbott reviews a special screening of Karmakar's exploration of the German techno scene.

If I think of Germany in the night, I am jolted from my sleep – Heinrich Heine   Say the word “techno” to a random person on the street, and (unless that street happens to be in Detroit) most likely “Germany” … Continue reading Denk ich an Deutschland in der Nacht (If I Think Of Germany In The Night) – Review Will Abbott reviews a special screening of Karmakar’s exploration of the German techno scene.