Articles by Niall Browne

Teaser Trailer For Alfonso Cuarón’s ROMA

You know that Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is going to deliver. Big time. A retreat from the cinematic bombast of 2013’s oscar-winning hit Gravity, Roma might be a personal drama, but the visuals are still strong (look at that Black and White [...]

August 18, 2018

Trailer & Poster For Gaspar Noé’s CLIMAX

Ever since it premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, The word on the street is that Gaspar Noé’s Climax is balls to the wall insane. All sorts of superlatives have been thrown around since it was screened – I’ve only watched the [...]

August 18, 2018

Trailer For German-Language WWII Thriller THE CAPTAIN

Robert Schwentke (The Time Travelers Wife, Flight Plan, Red, Insurgent) is something of a studio journeyman helmer. Nothing wrong with that – but he really seems to have stretched himself with WWII drama The Captain. Stark, crisp [...]

August 15, 2018

Say Goodbye To The Sundance Kid This December

We know that The Old Man & The Gun is Robert Redford‘s cinematic swan-song. The David Lowery directed flick looks like a gem (see the below trailer) and the perfect way for Redford to bow out as one of our all-time great movie stars. Now [...]

August 15, 2018

Horror Bites Back: First Poster For MIMESIS: NOSFERATU

Doug Schulze‘s Mimesis: Nosferatu has been shot and now the fright pic is slowly gearing-up for release. The horror sequel sees a group of students putting on a production of F.W. Murnau’s classic Nosferatu, but things don’t quite [...]

August 14, 2018

Popular Film: The Death Of The Oscars

To paraphrase George Lucas’ Star Wars: Revenge Of The Sith: “So this is how movies die, with thunderous applause”. Achievement In Popular Film – that’s the new category for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and [...]

August 9, 2018

A Quiet Place: Silent Characters On Screen

From Baby Driver to A Quiet Place, films including characters with hearing impairments are slowly becoming more represented in mainstream cinema, with the films encompassing a field of diverse and inclusive ways to represent their characters. The [...]

August 9, 2018

Matt Reeves Talks THE BATMAN

Poor Matt Reeves. The dude probably can’t leave his house without someone asking him about The Batman. In the queue for Starbucks – The Batman. Picking-up a newspaper – The Batman. Using a urinal in a public restroom – The [...]

August 4, 2018

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