Arguably a more enjoyable and entertaining movie experience nowadays than when it was first released, TRON has dated, certainly, but it has dated in a way that makes it even more stylish and, dare I say it, retro-cool. And it’s maybe also a big plus that we’re no longer being bombarded with clips […]
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In Back to the Future, Doc Brown built a time machine out of a DeLorean. In A Thousand Kisses Deep, they’ve made a time-travel story out of a Leonard Cohen song. Not bad! One description of the movie goes: “An unsettling drama that cinematically captures and recreates the psycho-analytic experience.” […]
I don’t think I need to say too much about The Omen before moving on to review the movies in the series. It’s a very particular type of horror movie but it’s quite possibly the best of that type and stands tall as yet another classic of the genre. So […]
With the upcoming release of Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes (in cinemas here in the UK on 12th August) Flickfeast decided it would be appropriate to go a little bananas. For my part, I decided to watch the entire movie series of “Apes” movies to date and to […]
With TRON: Legacy out in cinemas this week. Daniel Kelly revisits the 80s original…
TRON is just as flawed as it is interesting. In 1982 the film was a notable box-office disappointment, underperforming both critically and financially for an expectant Disney. That isn’t particularly surprising.