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Rumblefish Revisited
Rumblefish Revisited
Rumblefish Revisited

Article – “Rumble Fish” (1983) Revisited…

“Rumble Fish” (1983) Revisited… They are swimming in a tank, a sliver of wispy colours in the murky water. They don’t swim around in circles quite like ordinary goldfish, but that would be a metaphor of the ki...
The Evolution of Robin in Cinema
The Evolution of Robin in Cinema
The Evolution of Robin in Cinema

Article – The Evolution of Robin in Cinema: Charting the Brief History of the Boy Wonder

The Evolution of Robin in Cinema A new Robin is headed to our screens, this time as leader of a group of superhero youngsters in DC’s Titans television show. Brenton Thwaites, aka the son of Will Turner in Pirates of the Carrib...
The Dark Knight at Ten
The Dark Knight at Ten
The Dark Knight at Ten

Article – The Dark Knight at Ten: How the Film’s Villains Politicised the Superhero Genre

The Dark Knight at Ten It seems like only yesterday that the world was hailing the advent of a new kind of superhero film. The Dark Knight, Christopher Nolan’s sequel to 2005’s Batman Begins, took the camp and colour out of the...
Jacob’s Ladder Revisited
Jacob’s Ladder Revisited
Jacob’s Ladder Revisited

Article – “Jacob’s Ladder” (1990) Revisited…

“Jacob’s Ladder” (1990) Revisited… The human mind is the most intricate structure in the known universe. Neither the brightest and most diligent doctors nor the bravest and most unfortunate patients have been ...
How Woo Wooed the Marvel Fans
How Woo Wooed the Marvel Fans
How Woo Wooed the Marvel Fans

Article – How Woo Wooed the Marvel Fans: Jimmy Woo is Ant-Man and the Wasp’s Breakout Character

How Woo Wooed the Marvel Fans Superhero films have one major positive going for them – larger-than-life protagonists who make audiences feel all the emotions. But, those superheroes we love so much wouldn’t amount to much if no...
The Conversation: Close Surveillance
The Conversation: Close Surveillance
The Conversation: Close Surveillance

Article – The Conversation: Close Surveillance

The Conversation: Close Surveillance Although Francis Ford Coppola wrote The Conversation, one of the closest examinations of paranoia in America’s new age of surveillance, in the mid-1960s, it quickly became a fitting parable ...