archive: 2015

The Undervalued Art of Pornography

The recent extra-judicial actions by UK censor ATVOD against producer Pandora Blake have highlighted the fact that in the right hands, pornography is both important and political.

Song of the Sea

Despite featuring some extremely fine artwork and stunning animation, Song of the Sea doesn't live up to the tide of hype which surrounds it.

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

A respectable if incoherent vampire film which has suffered from being over-hyped, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night offers more than just style over substance.


A rare example of a well crafted film on BDSM which finally gives a mature take on the subject, Remedy is as engaging to watch as it is erotic.


Beautifully shot, with an original narrative and sporting well known faces from the egyptian film industry, Decor is complex and multi-layered without being exhausting to watch.

The Babadook

Among the best and most interesting films of 2014, the Babadook is a landmark feature debut for director Jennifer Kent which provides much needed shake-up for horror films in general.