Film Review: ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’

★★★★★ Sadly – though perhaps predictably – overlooked amid this year’s raft of Oscar nominations, Inside Llewyn Davis (2013) thankfully doesn’t need lashings of awards to appeal to those who have admired the work of the brothers Coen over the course of the last three decades. Featuring a breakthrough lead Continue Reading


Film Review: ‘Dark Days’

★★★★☆ The perspective afforded by Dogwoof’s tenth anniversary rerelease of Marc Singer’s Dark Days (2000) reveals it to be a profound film about both a city and a medium in flux. A portrait of a homeless community living in a disused Amtrak tunnel beneath New York’s Penn Station, the doc Continue Reading