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[Bede’s MIFF 2019 Audio Reviews #5] Brittany Runs A Marathon, Koko-Di Koko-Da, The Lodge and Swallow

[Bede’s MIFF 2019 Audio Reviews #5] Brittany Runs A Marathon, Koko-Di Koko-Da, The Lodge and Swallow

BRITTANY RUNS A MARATHON, KOKO-DI KOKO-DA, THE LODGE and SHALLOW Welcome to the 5th edition of my 2019 Melbourne International Film Festival (a.k.a. MIFF) audio reviews. In this very first one, I share my thoughts on the crowd-pleasing comedy BRITTANY RUNS A MARATHON, the bizarre Swedish horror film KOKO-DI KOKO-DA, GOODNIGHT MOMMY directors Veronika Franz … Continue reading

[Bede’s MIFF 2019 Audio Reviews #4] Over The Rainbow, The Peanut Butter Falcon, The Dead Don’t Die and Young Ahmed

[Bede’s MIFF 2019 Audio Reviews #4] Over The Rainbow, The Peanut Butter Falcon, The Dead Don’t Die and Young Ahmed

OVER THE RAINBOW, THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON, THE DEAD DON’T DIE and YOUNG AHMED Welcome to the 4th edition of my 2019 Melbourne International Film Festival (a.k.a. MIFF) audio reviews. In this very first one, I share my thoughts on the the documentary on Scientology OVER THE RAINBOW, the crowd-pleasing indie comedy/drama THE PEANUT BUTTER … Continue reading

[MIFF ’19] Children Of The Sea (2019)

[MIFF ’19] Children Of The Sea (2019)

Japanese animated films otherwise known as Anime are always quite an interesting adventure, they tackle all sorts of genres and the animation itself is generally intriguing and helps tell the story in unique fashion. Studio Ghibli is perhaps the best-known Japanese animation studio, but Studio 4°C has also been doing fantastic work for over 30 … Continue reading

[MIFF ’19] Little Monsters (2019)

[MIFF ’19] Little Monsters (2019)

The zombie sub-genre has been running strong, with many films and television shows featuring the undead, from Night Of The Living Dead (1968) to The Walking Dead (2010-). It seems zombies have not lost their popularity and really captured a strong fan base, and it is not difficult to see why. There are many angles … Continue reading

[Bede’s MIFF 2019 Audio Reviews #1] Matthias & Maxime, Measure For Measure, One Child Nation and Sorry We Missed You

[Bede’s MIFF 2019 Audio Reviews #1] Matthias & Maxime, Measure For Measure, One Child Nation and Sorry We Missed You

MATTHIAS & MAXIME, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, ONE CHILD NATION and SORRY WE MISSED YOU Welcome to the 1st edition of my 2019 Melbourne International Film Festival (a.k.a. MIFF) audio reviews. In this very first one, I share my thoughts on acclaimed director Xavier Dolan’s latest film MATTHIAS & MAXIME, the Shakespearean inspired crime drama MEASURE … Continue reading

[Bede’s MIFF 2018 Audio Reviews #15] Mandy, Behind The Curve, The Eyes Of Orson Welles and Ash Is Purest White

[Bede’s MIFF 2018 Audio Reviews #15] Mandy, Behind The Curve, The Eyes Of Orson Welles and Ash Is Purest White

MANDY, BEHIND THE CURVE, THE EYES OF ORSON WELLES and ASH IS PUREST WHITE Welcome to the 15th and final edition of my 2018 Melbourne International Film Festival (a.k.a. MIFF) audio reviews. In this very last one, I share my thoughts on the Nicolas Cage starring psychedelic action/horror film MANDY, the documentary on the Flat Earth Theory movement … Continue reading

[Bede’s MIFF 2018 Audio Reviews #14] Tigers Are Not Afraid, Climax, The Third Murder and The Coming Back Out Ball Movie

[Bede’s MIFF 2018 Audio Reviews #14] Tigers Are Not Afraid, Climax, The Third Murder and The Coming Back Out Ball Movie

TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID, CLIMAX, THE THIRD MURDER and THE COMING BACK OUT BALL MOVIE Welcome to the 14th edition of my 2018 Melbourne International Film Festival (a.k.a. MIFF) audio reviews. In this one, I share my thoughts on the Mexican modern horror/fantasy TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID, controversial director Gaspar Noe’s latest film CLIMAX , director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s courtroom … Continue reading

[Bede’s MIFF 2018 Audio Reviews #13] Hagazussa, Pope Francis: A Man Of His World, Jimmy Barnes: Working Class Boy and Undertow

[Bede’s MIFF 2018 Audio Reviews #13] Hagazussa, Pope Francis: A Man Of His World, Jimmy Barnes: Working Class Boy and Undertow

HAGAZUSSA: A HEATHEN’S CURSE, POPE FRANCIS: A MAN OF HIS WORLD, JIMMY BARNES: WORKING CLASS BOY and UNDERTOW Welcome to the 13th edition of my 2018 Melbourne International Film Festival (a.k.a. MIFF) audio reviews. In this one, I share my thoughts on the German period psychological horror film HAGAZUSSA: A HEATHEN’S CURSE, director Wim Wenders’s latest film the … Continue reading