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It’s right that a documentary about two musicians driven by passion and individualism should be made by someone so positively determined to do the same.
“Just comedy in it’s most simple form, tragedy plus timing” – Dane Baptiste’s latest ‘The Chocolate Chip’ tour promises a perceptive preaching of comedic truths.
"When I'm thinking of a film, I think of it as a separate reality"...Vision chats with Adam Rehmeier about movies, music and meals in the American midwest
Like an animated take on drunk history, this hiccup from Lord and Miller is a twist on the American revolution, which rambles on with the incoherent slurs and burps of a history teacher whose had one too many.
Netflix introduces us to the first part of a ‘Scream-esque’ slasher with splatters of ‘Stranger Things’, a confident blast which is enough to give R.L Stine goosebumps
Lacking the stylistic flair or distinctiveness of his first undead attempt, it succeeds at the basics of blood splattered action. Entertainment – nothing more, nothing less.
Vision spent some time tracking the trendiest sub-genre of the digital age
A Lynchian take on the grizzly world of artistic creation? Bear with, it’s actually quite good.
Tracking the Unique Power of Transitional Teenage Tales.
Snyder papers over the cracks in a bold but underwhelming effort tarnished further by a minority of entitled, toxic fandom
Vision speaks with Oscar winner Markéta Irglová, as she looks back on the film that changed her career and discusses the exciting future still to come
2020 was the perfect time for the immersive power of movies to work its magic.