Another week brings another short film, this time bringing Mickey and Minnie Mouse to life on the big screen once more.
‘Get A Horse!’ was a black and white 7-minute short that accompanied ‘Frozen’ in 2013. It follows the story of Mickey and Minnie as Minnie gets kidnapped by Pete the
SCOOB! holds its place at Number 1 on the Official Film Chart for a second week. Still leading on only digital download sales, the feature-length animated adventure finishes ahead of its closest competition by 2,900 sales.
At Number 2, Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones is this week’s highest new entry, as the 2002
Ekstase: A montage of scenes from European silent films exploring the stereotype of women on the verge of insanity. The film displays the women as captives in a continuous cycle of symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
The rhythm of this 12 minute film is mesmerising. These textbook cases of ‘hysteria’ have the
Senior Love Triangle is a story that follows an old man who, after falling in love with two women of similar age, decides that it is up to him to save them from the retirement home that they all live in. It is a sweet concept that lends itself well
I can't deny my fandom for low-budget science fiction, which often leaves me championing overlooked films that many simply dismiss. As modern sci-fi predicates towards bombastic thrills over idealistic conceits, indie efforts like writer/director Guy Moshe's latest LX 2048 play a vital role in keeping the subgenre's spirit alive. Though