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Man, Cave – ‘20,000 Days on Earth’ Review

By Simon Miraudo August 15, 2014 Nick Cave, the man, the myth, the legend, reaffirms his status as those last two things, at least, in 20,000 Days on Earth. It’s a convention-busting documentary that follows the inscrutable artist on a fictionalised day in the life; his 20,000th, actually. Well, that’s what directors Iain Forsyth and […]

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Blame it on the alcohol – Lawless review

Lawless – Starring Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy, and Guy Pearce. Directed by John Hillcoat. Rated MA. By Simon Miraudo. John Hillcoat‘s Lawless is so low-key it’s practically infrasonic. Utterly untroubled by any expectation to entertain – or even mildly engage – the audience, Hillcoat and screenwriter Nick Cave take a stroll through 1930s Virginia with […]

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The cursed Crow reboot loses another director

Relativity Media can’t catch a break with their (attempted) reboot of The Crow. Twitch reports director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo has exited the project, likely due to the fact he has been courted to helm the Highlander remake for Summit. Fresnadillo follows in the footsteps of Stephen Norrington, who was the first helmer attached to the […]

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