Monthly Archive: February 2017

Review: Saga

Saga is the graphic novel to read for everyone. While that’s been mentioned on Popculture-y before, it’s something that bears repeating. It’s a perfect...

Academy Awards Round-Up

The Academy Awards seem to have crept up on all of us this year, probably due to the distractions of “real world” issues. Nonetheless,...

Review: All This Living!

When I grow up I want to be an old woman. The wild wolf woman of the desert – she of greying fur and...

Review: L’amante Anglaise

A brutal murder is committed in a small town in France. The dismembered corpse is dropped from a railway viaduct onto passing trains below....

Review: Avant-Guarded

Fugly dresses. Dancing duck people. A clown made out of processed meat. Could any of this be real? Add a singing saw and a...

Review: Fences: “Viola Davis shines”

Fences is a screen adaptation of August Wilson’s renowned play of the same name. Directed by Denzel Washington (The Great Debaters, Antwone Fisher) who...

Review: La Danseuse/The Dancer

La Danseuse, translating to The Dancer, is a French biographical drama written and directed by newcomer Stéphanie Di Giusto. The film recounts the artistic life...