2014 Tag Archive
You will see nothing like Tokyo Tribe this year. But that’s not surprising considering it’s the long-awaited adaptation of Santa Inoue’s hugely popular manga Tokyo Tribe2, and the latest feature from gifted Japanese director Sion Sono (Love Exposure, Cold Fish).
Ana Lily Amirpour’s A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is receiving a lot of hype and deservedly so. Vampire films have been, for want of a better word, milked of late, so it takes something really special to garner the kind of love Amirpour’s debut (apparently the world’s first Iranian vampire spaghetti western) has.
For those of us left unsated by the critically acclaimed Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship, & Videotape, director Jake West and producer Marc Morris return for a second instalment of the revealing documentary. This time the duo tackle everything that came after the 1984 Video recordings Act, filling in the blanks on how the horror […]