Spider (Review)

Time and again I find myself coming back to review a work by David Cronenberg, who by this stage I believe is one of the most purposefully enigmatic and multi-faceted directors still working today. What separates Cronenberg from many a director is his unique capacity to evoke primal psychology through imagery. Until recently I believed […]

Days of Heaven (Review)

Terrence Malick is something of an enigma. The writer/director’s first two feature films were critically acclaimed, with their reputations having aged like a fine wine over the years. The first, Badlands, is considered to be one of the finest debuts by a filmmaker ever, making an immediate mark on the cinematic landscape with his use […]

Review – What Is Democracy?

In school, I was taught that democracy was a government system, much like communism, socialism, capitalism, and all those other ‘isms. But has it really been there for us? Has democracy really had a great impact? What is it really? In this documentary, Astra Taylor explores the subject on figuring out if democracy has truly […]