Movie Trailer Goodness

A quick look on some of the movie trailers that have piqued my interest for this coming fall and winter cinema schedule.


Film Review: Our Little Sister (2015, Hirokazu Kore-eda) – Simple drama, deeply felt

In the quiet Japanese drama Our Little Sister directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda, a choice is made by three sisters to open up their intimate and well-established family group to a fourth sister.
What follows is a subtle and heartclenching examination of sisterly love, family, and friendship.

Film Review: The Lobster (2015, Yorgos Lanthimos) – Absurdist absolutes

If you had to live the rest of your life as an animal, what animal would you be? This may sound like your run of the mill Buzzfeed quiz, but is in fact the premise of an absurdist universe conjured up by the Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos in his fifth feature-length film, The Lobster (2015).

Top 5 films featuring women loving women – celebrating Pride month

Besides the coming of summer, June is also Pride month celebrating LGBTQ+ culture. I feel like this year in particular, we’ve all been tragically reminded of how important it is to defend and embrace the celebration of Pride worldwide. To keep on living and loving openly and proudly so. In the spirit of this I thought I’d share…

The Fabulous Baron Munchausen – Visual imagination and adventure

Today, it seems we can make anything appear realistically on screen. If you can summon the image in your mind, some technologically savvy artists will probably be able to conjure it up on the big screen as if it belonged in the ’real world’. A dinosaur looks like a dinosaur rather than a mechanical puppet, people are able…

Inland Empire (2006) – A hermeneutist’s dream

”Do you wanna go see (insert film)?” – Never one to pass up a trip to the movies this is one of my absolute favourite text messages to receive at any and all times. On one particularly memorable occasion the film to go see was Inland Empire – More things that happened a reworking of…