Ed Hardy Tattoo The World

Ed Hardy: Tattoo the World

11/02/2013

Poetic creation or blemish its bearer lives to regret? DW Mault on Ed Hardy and the artistry of the tattooist… Inquisitive fascination is the state that should be sought all day everyday, forever,...

Flight

Film Podcast #20: Flight

06/02/2013

Film Podcast #20: Flight by The Double Negative on Mixcloud DW Mault reviews addiction drama Flight, directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Denzel Washington, James Badge Dale and John Goodman. Director Zemeckis, of Back...

Lincoln

Film Podcast #19: Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty

01/02/2013

Film Podcast #19: Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty by The Double Negative on Mixcloud DW Mault and special guest Adam Scovell review Steven Spielberg’s biographical drama Lincoln, and Kathryn Bigelow’s military thriller Zero...

The Secret of Kells

The Secret of Kells

31/01/2013

With the entertainment industry increasingly reliant on CGI, which direction now for traditional animation, asks Nik Glover. The decision to instigate an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2001 recognised the already...

Bruce Campbell The Evil Dead 2

Certificate XX: The Video Nasties

30/01/2013

It’s 30 years since the country was wrapped up in a media fire-storm of never-before seen proportions. We’re talking Video Nasties, folks… In 1983 the Department of Public Prosecution made known a list...

Andrey Zvyagintsev's Elena

Discover Tuesdays – Elena

29/01/2013

DW Mault on Elena, at once a lament and a thesis on modern day Russia and beyond… The past is a foreign country, and our relations with the past brings with it elements...

What Richard Did

What Richard Did

28/01/2013

DW Mault on What Richard Did, and its director, a man of rare subtlety and daring… Sometimes nature (and by nature I mean cinema) abhors a vacuum, how else do we explain the...

Gummo

What is Gummo?

24/01/2013

DW Mault contemplates Gummo, which screens at Metal tomorrow, and its maverick director Harmony Korine… I want to convince you to experience the unknown, that nothing will ever be the same. The hardest...

RIP Blockbuster

RIP Blockbuster

22/01/2013

Stuart Ian Burns takes a trip down memory lane, when renting a film meant endless waiting, bus trips and fines … When it was announced that Blockbuster had entered administration, my first reaction...

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