Morgan Pålsson – World Reporter (2008)

--> original title: Morgan Pålsson - världsreporter   Morgan Pålsson is a bumbling reporter with Swedish state television (SVT). He is not only lazy and incompetent, but also arrogant, and he displays a complete disregard for other people’s needs or feelings. On top of that, he seems blissfully unaware of his incompetence and of his... Continue Reading →

The All Together (2007)

This British comedy from 2007 is a tricky one. If you browse through the comments on the internet, you will see that this is a film people either hate or love – there is very little in between. Personally, I love this film, but I do recognise that it has its fair share of flaws.... Continue Reading →

Perrier’s Bounty (2009)

Writing my piece on Violet&Daisy reminded me of another pretty violent film with a strong hint of Tarantino: Perrier's Bounty. Not unknown, but definitely underrated, it is a film you should give a try if you have not yet seen it. But this recommendation comes with yet another caveat: it is not for faint-hearted people.... Continue Reading →

Violet & Daisy (2011)

This is another film I had never even heard of till stumbling upon it a few weeks ago. And my impression is that very few people know of this film’s existence. That is probably largely due to the fact that it has not had a nation-wide cinema release in the US, and in fact very... Continue Reading →

Theatre of Blood (1973)

Some of you may know this film already, others may never have heard of it. Theatre of Blood is a classic 1970s horror film, featuring a number of top British actors of the day, including Vincent Price, Diana Rigg, and Robert Morley. It is difficult to compare it to modern-day horror films. It is not... Continue Reading →

Santitos (1999)

Now for a film which I trust very few people will ever even have heard of, even though it was highly successful in its native Mexico. This is no doubt partially due to the fact that it is a foreign-language film, but probably also because it is difficult to market. Because, although Santitos is a... Continue Reading →

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