For SetTheTape.com: “Allure – DVD Review”

Allure is one of the latest additions to LGBT cinema, though this entry is disturbing to the extent that it is likely to be locked, hidden away, and completely forgotten about. First-time directors, Carlos and Jason Sanchez, direct Westworld’s Evan Rachel Wood in what is being labelled a “dark psychosexual drama” by distributors Eureka Entertainment. […]... Continue Reading →

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For SetTheTape.com: “Throwback 20: Lethal Weapon 4”

20 years ago, the Lethal Weapon franchise had effectively died. In recent years, a reboot of Lethal Weapon, in the form of a TV series, has proved to be entertaining for some, but troublesome for others. Lethal Weapon 4 marked the end of an 11-year film series starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover as buddy […]... Continue Reading →

For SetTheTape.com: “Telling Tales Film and Audio Festival: The Illuminators”

Antti Haase’s The Illuminators (Valontuojat) – the best film of this year’s Telling Tales – is a beautiful story of family history combined with Lapland’s electronic evolution. Opening with a helicopter journey, Antti presents stunning imagery of Lapland and its powerlines. Antti’s grandfather, the legendary Gunnar Haase, is of a said legendary status because he […]... Continue Reading →

For SetTheTape.com: “Telling Tales Film and Audio Festival: MMU Student Shorts”

On both the first and last days of Telling Tales, audiences were treated to a selection of the finest short films from first-year undergraduate students. The student shorts were presenting a portrait style of story-telling. Some students constructed documentaries around their family – including their own persons – whilst others focused on an interesting individual […]... Continue Reading →

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