Orcun Behram depicts a dystopian Turkey that, in certain ways, is not unlike Turkey today.
Die, Nazis— die!
Luca Guadagnino carves out his own territory in horror cinema history with his remake of Dario Argento’s SUSPIRIA
Xavier Gens delivers a political piece of brutal body horror with FRONTIER(S)
Generally disregarded by the mainstream, John Carpenter’s THEY LIVE (’88) is a prophetic piece of sci-fi cinema.
Magoo and Vic plan a bombing, that could have massive, devastating consequences.
Bonello’s film quietly satirises a dangerous subject, providing no answers, only important questions.
Before 9/11, terrorists were also white. Since then many forget the dangers of white nationalists, which is maybe why we are where we are at the end of 2016.
American History X. 1998. Directed by Tony Kaye. Screenplay by David McKenna. Starring Edward Norton, Edward Furlong, Beverly D’Angelo, Jennifer Lien, Ethan Suplee, Fairuza Balk, Avery Brooks, Elliott Gould, Stacy Keach, William Russ, Guy Torry, Joe Cortese, Jason Bose Smith, Antonio David Lyons, & Alex Sol. New Line Cinema/Savoy Pictures/The Turman-Morrissey Company. Rated 18A. 119Continue reading “American History X and the Consequences of White Hot Hatred”
This Is England. 2006. Directed & Written by Shane Meadows. Starring Thomas Turgoose, Stephen Graham, Jo Hartley, Andrew Shim, Vicky McClure, Joseph Gilgun, Rosamund Hanson, Andrew Ellis, Perry Benson, George Newton, Frank Harper, & Jack O’Connell. Warp Films/Big Arty Productions/EM Media. Unrated. 101 minutes. Crime/Drama ★★★★★ Shane Meadows is a British National Treasure. His filmsContinue reading “Skinhead Subculture vs. White Nationalism in This Is England”