2018 Preview: Isle of Dogs

The prince of whimsical pictures, writer-director Wes Anderson (The Royal Tenenbaums, Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Grand Budapest Hotel), returns next year with a new star-studded, Japan-themed stop-motion animation, Isle of Dogs

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2018 Preview – Mission Impossible 6

The Mission: Impossible series somehow manages to keep audiences coming back for me. We 2018 fast approaching, ILT looks forward to Ethan Hunt and Co.’s latest chapter…

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Review: Wind River

Rising screenwriter Taylor Sheridan gets behind the camera for another
dose of pain and suffering…

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Review: Dunkirk (70mm)

Nolan’s unique war epic sees the British director revisit the past in more ways than one…

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TurningJapanese#3: Your Name 君の名は。

ILT’s TurningJapanese# series returns with a look at one of the finest anime releases of the modern era…

Your Name
Dir: Makoto Shinkai
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Review: T2 Trainspotting

Danny Boyle gets the old crew back together for a depressing, but altogether satisfying foray into the middle-aged minds of our beloved Scottish fuck ups…

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Review: Arrival

As he prepares to deliver the sacred Blade Runner sequel, all eyes are on Denis Villeneuve’s first foray into sci-fi…

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Vancouver International Film Festival 2016

Recently, I found myself in the midst of the 2016 Vancouver International Film Festival. So, as usual, I teamed up with the lovely folks at Failed Critics to bring you a round up of seven of the more intriguing pictures featured this year, including Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson and Ti West’s In a Valley of Violence

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The Punch Up Podcast, Ep.30: ‘The Before Trilogy’

This week on The Punch Up podcast, the chaps chat Richard Linklater’s acclaimed, but thoroughly under-seen, “Before” trilogy; Before Sunrise (1995), Before Sunset (2004) and Before Midnight (2013), starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy.

We’ve also jazzed up our intro with a brand new quiz segment, which this week features Phill and Nick going at it over movie taglines…

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SceneKid#14: The Listening Booth

Beautiful. Awkward. The most relatable scene in cinematic history?

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Dir: Richard Linklater
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