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Point Blank – film review

Englishman John Boorman’s innovative and atmospheric second movie – which seemingly came out of nowhere after his Swinging Sixties Dave Clark Five musical Catch Us If You Can – dragged the all-American crime film out of the black and white shadows of the 1940s and 1950s, straight into the searing, vivid daylight of 1967 pop-art LA. The result is probably Boorman’s, and Marvin’s, greatest movie – a superb, shifting, Panavision Metrocolor noir.


Ezra Furman: Museum Of Fine Arts, Boston – live review (streaming)

Ezra Furman
Ezra Furman Museum Of Fine Arts, Boston 1st November 2020 Ezra Furman finally takes her first steps back towards the...


Mark Fernyhough: Automatic Paintings – single review + in conversation

Single review and interview by Susan Sloan Mark Fernyhough Automatic Paintings DL Out now! In the early 1900s Swedish artist Hilma...


Watch this: Metal/prog trip Mountain Caller release new video for I Remember Everything

Heavy, progressive, instrumental three-piece Mountain Caller have released a new video for I Remember Everything in support...


Mothra (Limited Edition Box Set) – film review

Mothra (Limited Edition Box Set) - film review Mothra (1961) Director: Ishirō Honda Cast: Frankie Sakai, Hiroshi Koizumi, Kyōko Kagawa...


Six Of The Best Sets At Loftas Fest 2020

Loftas Fest
From toe-tapping rock n’ roll to darkly ethereal modular synthpop - discover highlights from the vibrant Loftas...