Listen To Outside Centre Film Podcast Episode 133

We’re nearly half way through October which can mean only one thing, film Podcast time. Yesterday I recorded this month’s Outside Centre Film Podcast, the the podcast dedicated to World Cinema. Episode 133 saw myself and host Theo Neumann go Scandinavian and big on family plus some Nutella! As ever, if you enjoy full open… Read More Listen To Outside Centre Film Podcast Episode 133

Listen To Outside Centre Film Podcast Episode 131

That time of the month has arrived again! Last week I recorded Episode 131 of Outside Centre Film Podcast.  Exploring world cinema with  September choices  a man in grief in Inceland, A pathetic man stuck in a  Slovakian kitchen sink absurdity that wants to be a Greek Tragedy. Finally a tender love story set in… Read More Listen To Outside Centre Film Podcast Episode 131

Amazon Prime Review – Blow The Man Down (2019)

Murder, fish knives, dark family secrets, sea shanties and female empowerment are all the range in small town noir in Blow The Man Down. The film marks Bridget Cole and Danielle Krudy‘s feature film directorial debut (the pair worked in short films and Television).I watched this at the Glasgow Film Festival earlier this year, describing… Read More Amazon Prime Review – Blow The Man Down (2019)

Film Review – The Uninvited (1944, Criterion Collection)

For years I dreamed of the day The Criterion Collection would come to the UK. In 2016 that dream came true  (with a little help from Sony Pictures Releasing), the boutique distributor arrived and my mind went into hyperdrive. I was like a child let loose in a Toy  shop, I couldn’t decide what releases… Read More Film Review – The Uninvited (1944, Criterion Collection)

Film Review – The Whistlers (2019)

Corneliu Porumboiu is a big player in the Romanian New Wave Cinema with Police, Adjective (2009) his most well known creation. His films are not known for their commercial friendliness, more deadpan, realism. Eleven years on Porumboiu’s The Whistlers is released and it’s his most accessible film to date. A stylish noir inspired playful thriller.… Read More Film Review – The Whistlers (2019)