Romanian film director and screenwriter Radu Jude’s 2021 comedy film Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn is provocative, bold and, most importantly, sincere. The motion picture explores what the present-day feminist satire could and should be.
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Fred Dekker’s comedy-slash-horror movie The Monster Squad tells the story of five pre-teenagers trying to save the world from Count Dracula and his monstrous allies. Dekker’s horror flick explores the human versus monster narrative in a truly entertaining way—it’s one hell of a fun adventure. Are you ready for the ride?
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After a three-week delay, Popcorn Hour is back with yet another movie recommendation. However, this time around, romance overtakes horror—let us introduce you to Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 American romantic tragedy film, William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
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Lithuanian film director, screenwriter and producer Romas Zabarauskas takes us behind the scenes of his latest drama film, The Lawyer, in order to celebrate its video on demand release in the UK.
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Who could have ever thought of making a film about Elvis Presley trying to fight off an Egyptian mummy? Well, Don Coscarelli certainly has. His 2002 comedy horror film Bubba Ho-Tep explores this unique concept with twists and turns many couldn’t even think of in the first place.
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Just like the title of John Carpenter’s cult classic suggests, many forgotten movies still exist among us. We’re extremely excited to introduce a new bi-weekly section, dedicated to the extraordinary cinematic world. It’s time to grab a box of popcorn and take the experience of a movie theatre to the TV in your living room.
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