Beyond The Black Rainbow: an 80s-style horror movie

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By Mkaio in Video on Thursday 30 May 2013

In 1983, a young woman is locked away at a state-of-the-art experimental facility, doped and duped into controlling her special powers by a demented doctor. Held prisoner, her psychedelic reality is pushed to the test as the doctor’s sanity begins slipping, and the young woman must escape the facility before it is too late. Originally […]

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Room 237: a documentary about Stanley Kubrick

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By Dead Stars in New Film on Friday 10 May 2013

I recently watched this movie because I’m a huge fan of Stanley Kubrick. It talks about the (possible) hidden meanings the director put in the film, The Shining. Things such as his involvement in faking the Apollo 11 moon landing or his thoughts on the slaughter of the American Indians. They even talk about watching […]

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Moonrise Kingdom: a new film by Wes Anderson

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By Dijana Necovski in New Film on Thursday 30 August 2012

Finally! It’s here. I’ve been waiting for months to see what Wes Anderson has come up with for his latest film. Visually, I was excited; musically, I was impressed. I mean, the man has taste. Although it’s not my favorite from the Wes Family of Movie Goodness, it was definitely worth watching. Yes, Wes has a certain style: his […]

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Creative video for new Christoper Noyes single

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By Carly in Video on Friday 6 January 2012

This creative music video for Christoper Noyes’s newest single Grapheme will bring out your inner wild child.

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Atonement

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By Cybele Malinowski in New Film on Wednesday 13 February 2008

Adapted from Ian McEwan’s best selling novel, Atonement is a softly perfumed story of love, passion and jealousy bound within youth. Novice writer, 13-year-old Briony Tallis, fueled by the jealousy of her older sister Cecilia (Keira Knightly) and her lover Robbie’s (James McAvoy) igniting romance, accuses Robbie of a crime he did not commit, leading to his incarceration. This malicious and childish accusation irrevocably changes all their lives forever.

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80s flashbacks — Electric Dreams

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By Zolton in Video on Tuesday 5 February 2008

Yes, the 80s were trite, bubbly and a little, errrr, disposal but hell they were fun, as this clip from the 1984 movie Electric Dreams — in which a computer falls in lust with a girl — proves. [watch another tragic 80s film clip and read an interview with Nouveau Vague's Marc Collin on his […]

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