Guilty pleasures. Hidden desires. Forbidden sweets. Call it however you’d like, they are things we value in secret. If I would ask you what your guilty pleasure is, as far as I am concerned, it would be something you like to do alone.
Do you remember when Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood landed in the cinemas back in 2019? The reception of Quentin Tarantino’s 9th movie was divided. The directorial choice of using the real events of the Tate murders as a background story set off many viewers.
“Robert, go get grandpa’s violin from the basement!”
Woven like a fine English tweed, The Return is a wonder of skills.
Food, Glorious Food:Denis Villeneuve's Next Floor by: Matteo Carazza The maître d' (Jean Marchand) peers at the audience as the devil himself. A hard cut…
Setting and time: quarantine day #5, around 7pm. Season: winter. Weather: dark, gloomy, and raining. Drunken wine bottles: one (I swear).
Littered with weak character construction, plot holes and a predictable story arch, the only ominous alley that Nightmare Alley encounters is that of its directorial origins.
20th Century Fox I have never seen Die Hard before. The only two things I know about it is that Bruce Willis plays the main character and that it is considered to be a Christmas-action movie. Yes, you read it right.
Around the end of January 2021, the Dutch government implemented a curfew to prevent the spreading of COVID-19. This is how I stumbled upon the Netflix series Locke & Key with my best friend from Budapest, a show that gave structure to my nights during lockedown.
Attending the theatre always causes a sense of occasion, and with the novelty of returning to these hallowed halls as the pandemic hopefully reaches its conclusion, this has become all the more true.