Review – Bingo: The King of the Mornings

Recently, we got our hands on Brazil’s entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the upcoming Academy Awards, Bingo: The King of the Mornings

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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: 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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ILT’s Top 10 Films of 2016!

2016 was an intriguing, if understated year for quality cinema.

As close to a traditional list as I could get, here’s ILT’s 10 favourite flicks of the year…
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The Punch Up Podcast, Ep.32: ‘Westworld, VIFF 2016, and more!’

This week on The Punch Up podcast, the chaps are once again joined by Haley McNamara to chat HBO’s Westworld, Christopher Guest’s Mascots, stop-mo sensation Kubo and the Two Strings, and much, much more! There’s also a roundup of VIFF 2016, featuring, Paterson, In a Valley of Violence, Moonlight, and Hello Destroyer.

The quiz returns too, as the battle for movie tagline supremacy gets its own sequel…

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The Punch Up Podcast, Ep.31: ‘Swiss Army Podcast’

This week on The Punch Up podcast, the chaps are joined by special guest Haley McNamara to chat three of 2016’s best low key duo flicks: Hell or High Water, Swiss Army Man, and Hunt for the Wilderpeople.

There’s also a brand new quiz, which this features the weird and wonderful world of movie titles and their quite fantastic foreign translations…

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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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

Check out the reviews here.
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PerfAction#3: Hard Boiled 辣手神探

PerfAction returns with the greatest action flick you’ve (probably) never heard of…

Hard Boiled
Dir: John Woo
Original Release Date: 16 April 1992Screen Shot 2016-04-06 at 21.15.56Part of ILT’s PerfAction# series.

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Podcast: The Punch Up, Ep.23 – ’88th Academy Awards Preview Show’

This week on The Punch Up podcast, the chaps look forward to the 88th Academy Awards – with coverage of each and every category, nomination, and outrageous snub…

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Review: Pre Vis Action (Failed Critics)

As we gradually begin to get excited for The Raid 3, I’ve once again teamed up with Failed Critics to pick apart Welsh director Gareth Evans’ intriguing, Samurai-laden short…

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