In this series I will explore the (non-obligatory) alternatives to The Clapper Bored, the best of the best when it comes to movie blogs. The third site in our series is undoubtedly one of the most popular and most sweariest on the inter-webs, Your Turn [...]
Browsing all posts from November, 2011.
Every week Polish poster designer Maks Bereski will be gracing The Clapper Bored with his beautiful, minimalist takes on new and upcoming releases. In the wake of the release of The Rum Diary it’s time to revisit what Johnny Depp calls his favourite role, that of [...]
Wuthering Heights is director Andrea Arnold’s raw take on Emily Brontë’s novel. Stripped of most of the book’s dialogue, lacking a score and utilising non-actors for all but a few select roles, Arnold’s work here is risky and while it succeeds on a whole, the [...]
Aardman Animations return to the silver screen with Arthur Christmas, their first feature release in five years. The cheerful CGI holiday tale sees Santa Claus’ son, Arthur, scrambling to deliver a new bicycle to an overlooked young girl before the sun rises on Christmas morning in [...]
With “Immortals”, director Tarsem Singh enters the world of Zach Snyder (“300″, “Watchmen”), in which filmmaking is used almost exclusively as a visual medium, not so much to advance story, but just to look really awesome. “Immortals” is a masterpiece of a moving painting. It’s [...]
Welcome to the brand new Trailer Review, highlighting the very best (and very worst) of trailers from around the world! First up we have the brand spanking new trailer for Tarsem Singh’s Mirror Mirror, presumably released to capitalise on the ‘buzz’ from Immortals. The interesting [...]