Netflix Film of the Week: Frances Ha

The FILM IN WORDS Netflix Film of the Week: helping you navigate the filmic minefield of the nation’s favourite video streaming service.   Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter MODERN LOVE SCENES As the buzz for Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig’s latest collaboration, Mistress America, feverishly encircles indie cinema lovers in the same manner as a […]

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The Voices Review: Animal Crackers

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter DEVIL’S ADVOCAT Ryan Reynolds’ playful yet resilient campaign to bring a truer representation of comic book mercenary, Deadpool, to movie theatres following the hatchet job Wolverine Origins inflicted upon the character, exhibited not just his love for filmmaking and unique characterisation, but affection for bizarre and outlandish black humour. Fans […]

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UKGFF 2015: Divide In Concord Review

Over the next few weeks, FILM IN WORDS will be taking a special look at the 2015 UK Green film festival, showcasing and reviewing this year’s stellar lineup of thematically potent, visually arresting and environmentally focused films. We hope you can come along for the ride…

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Blood and Black Lace Review: Strike a Bloody Pose

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter DEADLY DIARY Mario Bava’s 1965 classic, Blood and Black Lace, is one of the earliest and most influential examples of the murderous sub-genre of Italian thrillers and horror fiction adaptations that would become known as “giallo”. Today, Bava’s reputation as a godfather of the violent and overtly erotic pictures rests […]

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