The New World – Blu-Ray Review

The New World sits in the middle of Terrence Malick's career. It is more narrative laden than his later work, but approaching the abstraction he now inhabits. It has a story, but everything is told with images and loose voiceover. It is intuitive rather than expository. It is an audacious mood piece, becoming a poem … Continue reading The New World – Blu-Ray Review

We Are Who We Are – Blu-Ray Review

We Are Who We Are, an eight-part mini-series, is the latest project from Luca Guadagnino. Guadagnino made quite a splash a few years ago with Call Me by Your Name but, sadly,followed it up with the abysmal Suspiria remake. This is a serious return to form, however, and while it is thematically linked with Call … Continue reading We Are Who We Are – Blu-Ray Review