Daniel Pollock 9POSTS


Daniel is a Sydney-based writer and filmmaker. He likes to think of himself as a man of letters - mostly of the furious, "to the editor" variety.

Meshes Of The After: Review

“If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit.” W.C. Fields “Meshes of the After” is an “alternate reading” of a highly influential short

Wild Men: Review

Insincerity breeds impotence - that’s what director Thomas Daneskov’s forest-fumbling crime caper Wild Men wants you to know, with its ensemble of flawed men

The Wake: Review

When your life is intrinsically linked to death, what kind of life does it become? For some, it can be a livelihood, an inheritance,

It Is In Us All: Review

It Is In Us All: Review. By Daniel Pollock. What does death bring for us? Is it something profound that connects every living creature

Edicius: Review

The concept of the double is nothing new in fiction - from Poe and Dostoyevsky in the 19th century to the more recent Paul