V For Vendetta at 15: An Underappreciated Cultural Phenomenon

Posted by - March 17, 2021
When it comes to Western holidays, Hollywood pretty much has you covered for films to watch. There are countless Christmas films, so much so that maybe one could argue there are too many. There are hundreds of Valentine's Day films and even more if you consider any romance film to be a suitable celebration. The

“The only verdict is vengeance; a vendetta” – V for Vendetta (4K Review

Posted by - November 6, 2020
Dystopian films invariably contain political elements; a foreshadowing of what may come to pass if autocratic leaders remain unchecked. During a period of unmatched instability generated by a novel virus, used globally as a political tool to establish influence, there is a pervading irony in the re-release of V for Vendetta on 4K. The immortal

Music is the blood and the venom – Vox Lux (Film Review)

Posted by - May 3, 2019
Sometimes someone’s story is far more interesting and valuable than what they create. In the case of Celeste, its all about the singer rather than her songs. Named as a 20th Century portrait, this doesn’t explore what it means to be in the last century but merely when its set. The story of Celeste, of