Style over substance… ‘Copenhagen Cowboy’ Review

Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest is a dark neo-noir drama series with quirky elements and a whole lot of style to cover for its lack of substance. Fortunately, that means all 6 episodes of ‘Copenhagen Cowboy’ are gorgeous to behold even when the narrative is frustratingly skimming the borders of interesting areas to explore (and subsequently explain).

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The night HE came home… ‘Halloween’ (1978) Review

‘Halloween’ has since spawned a plethora of inferior imitators, but John Carpenter’s original classic slasher simply cannot be beaten. A masterclass of suspense building, chilling imagery, and iconic music produced by the legend himself, ‘Halloween’ shows what can be accomplished with a meagre budget when the right person is in full command of their craft.

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The Stars Our Destination… ‘Ad Astra’ Review

To The Stars…

Visually breathtaking and gorgeously filmed, ‘Ad Astra’ is a space epic that takes you on a thematically ambitious journey across the stars. It’s about an astronaut who must embark on a daring personal mission to Neptune in order to uncover the truth surrounding his missing father…

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Our destiny lies above us… ‘Interstellar’ Review

Thought-provoking, heart-wrenching, and thematically powerful, Interstellar is Christopher Nolan’s finest achievement. It’s set in a future in which crop blights and dust storms threaten humanity’s survival, and follows a group of astronauts on a daring mission to enter a wormhole in the hopes of finding a new home for mankind…

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