From the Archives: The Duke of Burgundy

Originally posted 2015 | Review by Luke Bates “You’re late. Did I say you could sit?” As the film opens it seems Entomology (the study of insects) professor Cynthia (Sidse Babett Knudsen) is a grade A bitch as she orders her maid Evelyn (Chiara D’Anna) around her home. However director Peter Strickland soon takes usContinue reading “From the Archives: The Duke of Burgundy”

Most Memorable War Film Moments

Originally published 2014 | Written by Simon O’Carroll, Eoin Moore, Luke Bates, Clare Martin, James McGovern, and Louie Carroll CASABLANCA SIMON O’CARROLL German soldiers comandeer Sam’s piano and proceed to hammer out a rendition (to the disapproving audience of Rick’s Cafe) of a German patriotic song, Die Wacht en Rhein. Upon discovering this, Victor Lazlo (PaulContinue reading “Most Memorable War Film Moments”