Bristol was my home for 5 years. Over those 5 years I fell in love with the city and its rich film culture. The Showcase Avonmeads and its unique architecture, the Watershed and its incredible curation, The Bristol Bad Film Club and Ti’s enthusiasm, and… Read More
On 12th September 1970, Hullmuth Costard took a load of cameras to Old Trafford and filmed George Best playing football against Coventry City. The final film, ‘Fußball Wie Noch Nie’ was released in 1971, its status as a document to the best footballer to never… Read More
Hey look! The Short of the Day is back!! Got a few weeks off over the Christmas period, so I am looking to start this feature up again, mainly to keep myself occupied. I have my Vimeo & YouTube queue all lined up and ready… Read More
The subreddit for ANTHEM is a dark, upsetting place. The news surrounding the game is almost non-existent. Day after day there is an article repeating the same doom and gloom. And you know what? I really don’t care. I am loving this game.
What happens to those left to experience the attacks of the Kaiju in Japan? What is their story? How do they cope with the constant rebuilding?
Fede Alvarez’s breakthrough came with this ambitious 4 minute short, released in 2009. If this hadn’t got the attention back then, it is unlikely he would’ve ended up as the director of the really underrated Evil Dead from 2014.
I have made no secret of my love for things set in space. Or anything set in space. Or just space in general. Which makes me happy to see a short that, rather than take a traditional narrative, starts asking questions about where humanity should… Read More
Okay, this isn’t strictly classed as a Short Film. But its my daily post, my blog, so it’s my rules.
Ruairi Robinson’s The Leviathan has been in development as a feature film since this was released in 2015. Last I heard, 20th Century Fox were developing the feature length version of this, but what with the Disney acquisition it is hard to say what may… Read More
Commissioned by Hideaki Anno (Neon Genesis Evangelion), made by Studio Ghibli, with a monster designed by Hayao Miyazaki, this tokusatsu short is apocalyptic, bleak, and a great tribute to films of its ilk.