Tag Archives: Rebecca Hall

April 25

Transcendence – Antiquated technology meets Antiquated theology. (film review)

The Hollywood black List is old enough (nine years – this is not to be confused with the McCarthy era blacklist) that it is gaining traction in the mainstream these days, and if you pop over here, you can even submit a script to it. For the three of you who don’t know, it all […]

November 29

Closed Circuit – John Crowley and the film that should have been better. (Film Review)

Off to a great start, Closed Circuit opens with several squares of footage as shot through twelve CCTV cameras until a bomb goes off and we realise we’ve been watching the footage just prior to a terrorist attack. During the opening credits we see a Turkish man,¬†Farroukh Erdogan (Denis Moschitto) taken into custody and the […]