Wednesday, August 5, 2020

“The Voices”: An underappreciated horror gem that deserves another look

When Lars von Trier’s The House That Jack Built premiered at Cannes this past May, it was greeted with some of the most emphatic, strongly-felt...

Silent film pianist Neil Brand comes to the DCA

Mado Gianni reviews Neil Brand's performance in St Andrews.

Top 5 films of the summer

Summer brings a multitude of sequels that will most likely fall short and end up forgotten.

St Andrews Film Festival: A review

On Sunday 29 April, the Filmmakers' Society of St Andrews held their second-semester showcase; a day-long schedule of film screenings, a talk from a...

Cult film of the week: Vampire’s Kiss

In the first of a new series, Saeunn Gisladottir takes a look at cult classic, Vampire's Kiss

An interview with alum David Caves

Studying French and German at St Andrews isn’t your stereotypical path into an acting career that has so far spanned over a decade, but...

Cult film of the week: Pink Flamingos

Pink Flamingos is possibly the most repulsive film ever made

Cult Film of the week: Speed Racer

Speed Racer, a family film which adapted a popular anime series, might just be the Wachowskis' best film.

A statement on the media’s spectrum of anguish: Nightcrawler reviewed

The movie is a success not only as a character study of one man's psychopathy but a commentary of the parallel between corporate moral transgression and career enhancement.

Amour – Review

Michael Haneke scooped his second Palm d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival with Amour; a film which maintains his thematic concerns and seriously dark, brutal tone while addressing love and age. A haunting, powerful and unusual film, well worthy of its accolades; writes Lewis Camley.