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Giant

MOVIE CLASSICS

Directed by George Stevens and adapted from Edna Ferber’s epic novel, Giant brings us a little bit of insight into what life might’ve been like for those early American oil dynasties. More…

IN FOCUS

In Focus

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Rebel Without A Cause
Rebel Without A Cause

As iconic as ever, Nicholas Ray’s Rebel Without A Cause continues to speak to the alienated youth of each new generation, and in doing so, garners new fans. More…

East Of Eden
East Of Eden

Films offer us a way to help manage our lives, emotions and dreams and this is especially true of East Of Eden as Cal Trask fights desperately in all the wrong ways to earn his father’s love. More…

21st CENTURY CINEMA

The Host
The Host

Intelligent and entertaining, The Host forces us to ask questions about what makes us who we are and it’s no wonder Niccol chose to direct it, as he’s dealt with these themes several times before. More…

THE EMPORIUM

Watership Down
Watership Down

Don’t be deceived by the superficial fluffiness, this classic animation delivers an uncompromising tale composed entirely of resonant myth and allegory. More…

CINEMA REVIEWS

Dallas Buyers Club
Dallas Buyers Club

In 1985 Ron Woodroof was diagnosed with AIDS and just 30 days to live. He smuggled unapproved pharmaceutical drugs and found more effective at improving his symptoms. More…

Blu-ray & DVD

Gravity
Gravity

Alfonso Cuarón’s science fiction adventure featuring two surviving astronauts from a damaged Space Shuttle is a very human and ultimately touching story. More…

DOCUMENTARIES

The Age Of Stupid
The Age Of Stupid

Six stories combine to create a documentary set in the future and looking back on our present time, when we still had the chance to do something to save our planet. More…

TELEVISION SERIES

Dynasty, Season 1
Dynasty, Season 1

As the show that introduced us to the warring Carringtons and Colbys, Dynasty arrived in 1981 with a level of style and decadence that would make shows today pale by comparison. More…

WORLD CINEMA

Plein Soleil
Plein Soleil

Based on Patricia Highsmith’s 1955 novel The Talented Mr. Ripley and starring Alain Delon, Plein Soleil is a film with a central character that we shouldn’t easily identify with, and yet I did. More…

MOVIE CLASSICS

The Ten Commandments
The Ten Commandments

Directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Charlton Heston as Moses, The Ten Commandments remains one of the world’s best love religious screen epics and it’s not hard to see why. More…

CULT MOVIES

Millennium
Millennium

Based on John Varley’s 1977 short story Air Raid, Millennium opens with the crash of a Boeing 747 and its ensuing investigation, but could it have involved time travel and visitors from the future? More…

EARLY CINEMA

Sunrise: A Story Of Two Humans
Sunrise: A Story Of Two Humans

Adapted by Carl Mayer from the short story Die Reise nach Tilsit, F. W. Murnau’s Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans is nothing short of a triumph in the realm of early cinema. More…

JAPANESE CINEMA

In The Realm Of The Senses
In The Realm Of The Senses

Is Nagisa Oshima’s controversial 1975 classic In the Realm of the Senses thought provoking pornography or beautifully filmed sadomasochistic art? You decide. More…

SOUNDTRACKS

Samsara
Samsara

Michael Stearns, Lisa Gerrard and Marcello De Francisci’s score for Ron Fricke’s Samsara yields some wonderful surprises, despite quite a few omissions from the film. More…

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