The Ballad of Buster Scruggs – Lazy Stereotyping Undermines Original Storytelling

Fresh from the festival circuit, the Coen Brothers latest instalment has landed. It’s being lauded as a masterpiece, the brothers’ greatest work (clearly untrue, Fargo is their only film that can righteously claim that title) and is sure to snap up a few wins come awards season, even though it was released via Netflix (enemy of cinema-goers […]

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (Ana Lily Amirpour,2014): An Absolute Feminist Masterpiece

Any film that is categorized as a ‘feminist-Iranian-vampire-Western’ is definitely worth a watch. I’m not sure if you can accurately slot A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night into any of these genres, but it sure as hell uses each of them to create a completely unique experience.