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  • Twin Peaks

    Twin Peaks


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    To preface this review I need to say I wrote this after finishing season 1, originally I wasn't planning on reviewing it but I had to get some thoughts organised together; going to discuss each episode in a fair amount of detail and some other stuff about the show - enjoy the read!

    One fateful Monday I watched the original Heaven Can Wait and while I did love it; I felt a bit sick of the constant movie watching so…

  • Farewell, My Lovely

    Farewell, My Lovely

    Watched for Collab, thanks for having me!

    A cold desolate Sunday night, we're tired and restless and amidst the chaos of life I needed some relief; I'm late to the Collab but Farewell, My Lovely is always laying there in it's noir beauty, iconic glass swirling attitude and soothing narration. Our journey starts off rather shaky, the atmosphere is tense and the city is paved with greatness through and through, yet I'm led through this journey like a dog on…

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  • Destry Rides Again

    Destry Rides Again

    'Oh, I think I'll stick around. Y'know, I had a friend once used to collect postage stamps. He always said the one good thing about a postage stamp: it always sticks to one thing 'til it gets there, y'know? I'm sorta like that too.'

    Destry Rides Again has aged superbly well - tackling on issues such as dealing with ones masculinity and the objectification of women (using Marlene Dietrich's character to show a woman in a position of power sort…

  • Dial M for Murder

    Dial M for Murder

    It's no secret that I adore Hitchcock; his whole style appeals to me. The beautifully well thought out scripts, the precise direction, the campy fun, and the psychological mayhem; I doubt anyone would ever beat him for my favourite director of all time. He's the equivalent to a nice warm cup of coffee on a rainy day. Nearly every single one of his films I adore, I can count the ones I don't on one hand. Dial M for Murder…