Review: Hecatomb (proof-of-concept)

British director Edward Andrews’ micro-budget sci-fi/action epic
proves to be worth the wait…
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Review: Ghost in the Shell

Undoubtedly a surprise to no-one at all, the Ghost in the Shell
remake is all style and no substance.

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Review: Logan

My first X-Men flick. Looks like I started at the right time.

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Preview: Blade Runner 2049

The sequel to Ridley Scott’s classic already features a fanboy’s cinematic dream team…
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Nick talks Hecatomb with director Ed Andrews

Recently, I caught up with British director Edward Andrews to chat about the pre-production phase of his new, Mexico-based sci-fi action flick, Hecatomb, in order to shed some light on what it takes to shoot an independent proof-of-concept overseas.

Check out the full interview in Love Amen Magazine, here, and stay tuned to ILT for future updates!

Hecatomb
Dir: Edward Andrews
Release Date: TBC (2016)
Website: www.hecatombfilm.com

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Preview: Hecatomb

Recently, I reviewed British director Edward Andrews’ award-winning short, Red Handed.

For his next project, Hecatomb – a dystopian action flick set in the desolate Mexican wastelands of the new world – Ed travelled south of the border to Monterrey. Armed with no budget, no electricity, no toilets, and a wholly unfamiliar cast & crew, it was certainly a shoot to remember…

Check out the film’s facebook page for Ed’s fascinating proof-of-concept production diary, How We Made a Sci-Fi Film in the Mexican Desertand stay tuned to ILT for future updates!

Hecatomb
Dir: Edward Andrews
Release Date: TBC (2016)
Website: www.hecatombfilm.com

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Review: The Martian

Ridley Scott’s popcorn-tech sci-fi is a more than welcome return to form.

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Review: Terminator Genisys

James Cameron will be spinning in his Deepsea Challenger. Actually, he’s probably not. $$$.

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Guest Podcast Debut With Failed Critics!

Following my articles on Blackadder, We Are Many, and Kung Fury for the chaps from my homeland at Failed Critics, you can now listen to me chat shit for fifteen minutes in my transatlantic podcast debut!

Owen Hughes hosts as he and I discuss Oscar Swift’s micro budget British indie thriller, Through the Lens, starring Lewis Sanderson.

The FC lads also discuss Minions, Spider-Man, and The Terminator amongst others.

Check it out here!

For a more interactive experience, listen on acast.

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Review: Fury Road

George Miller’s ‘Mad’ Max Rockatansky returns in a tanked up, high-octane beast of a picture, that is not only goddamn marvellous in its own right, but also part catalyst for a dramatic cinematic swing in the right direction…

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