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  • Dark Tourist | Blueprint: Review
    Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Film Reviews Dark Tourist William Old November 1 2014 Film Reviews Reviews Director Suri Krishnamma Screenplay Frank John Hughes Starring Michael Cudlitz Melanie Griffith Pruitt Taylor Vince Producer Suzanne Delaurentiis Country United States Running Time 83 min Year 2014 BBFC Certificate 18 Dark Tourist follows grief hunter Jim Michael Cudlitz on a sick and twisted journey accompanied by his troubled imaginary nut job friend Carl Marznap Pruitt Taylor Vince meeting long suffering waitress Betsy Melanie Griffith on the way Jim decides to go on holiday but not a normal holiday to Ibiza he likes weird stuff and enjoys Grief Tourism he likes to visit places filled with great sadness and misery so actually yes a bit like a holiday in Ibiza Jim sets off on his road trip to oblivion and books in a motel room with a hooker next door great choice he goes on to visit the crimes reformatory where his subject of investigation Carl was incarcerated Jim reads up on Carl s past discovering on arrival at the reformatory the older boys knocked Carl s teeth out so he couldn t bite when he s forced to blow them Jim next visit Carl s house where Carl burnt and hammered his parents to death Carl took revenge on his parents as his father a man of god tortured him tied him to his bed beat him viciously with a razor strap and burnt his genitals with cigars and candles Jim heads over to visit the local church where he finds out Carl burnt the congregation alive because his father was an elder in the church Carl is racked off with the jolly church goers because they knew what his father did to him and no one helped him so they must die He meets waitress Betsy and develops a relationship but it doesn t work out so he goes to check out the hooker next door can this get any more depraved I do hope so Cancel that wish it does and I m left scarred Jim s decline into a depravity escalates as he discovers the hooker next door is packing more than he bargained for in her panties with eye watering consequences Intermingled with flashbacks to a brutal childhood rape and Jim s supermarket meltdown we are well on the way over the vertiginous abyss Jim turns on the one person who wants to help Betsy Jim has totally melted down and returns to wreak revenge on the trans prosy he goes mad bursting in and pummelling the prostitutes face to a liquid squelching pulp Jim dumps her in his car and takes her to

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  • Dawn of the Planet of the Apes OST | Blueprint: Review
    Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Dawn of the Planet of the Apes OST William Old July 30 2014 Reviews Soundtrack Reviews Original Music By Michael Giacchino Duration 77 Minutes Label Sony Classical The original soundtrack of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes has been released by Sony Classical and with Academy Award winning Michael Giacchino Star Trek into Darkness Lost as composer we are onto a winner From the very start it is clear that this is the music for Planet of the Apes it is classical and primitive at the same time reminiscent of the previous apes music but still moves forward The music is emotional and charged with tension but you are still able to chuckle at the constant list of puns such as Close Encounters of the Furred Kind and Aped Crusaders Level Plaguing Field opens the proceedings by lulling into a false sense of security with calming piano music while Look Who s Stalking slowly builds the tension with discordant moans echoes and kettle drums picking up the pace and relaxing again Past Their Primates is a thankfully relaxing string composition before Close Encounters of the Furred Kind begins to pound with drums and deep sweeping sequences finally relaxing the listener into the next score It is almost a relief to reach the calming opening of Monkey to the City before a further pounding onslaught of tension We can enjoy some tranquillity at the opening of Along Simian Lines before the ominous mood of Caesar No Evil Hear No Evil Strings and chimes in Monkey See Monkey Coup add further depth to the musical adventure with pounding kettle drums and the pace explodes There is so much happening in this one composition alone I hardly know where to start one thing is sure emotions are running high right up to the searing culmination The crashing drums and horns in the imposing Gorilla Warfare lead into the calming piano of The Apes of Wrath there are plenty of surprises in this track as it see saws from one extreme to another Gibbon Take the puns keep coming builds percussion steadily into haunting cords giving some relief before the pounding drums of How Bonobo Can You Go With Enough Monkeying Around

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  • Soulmate | Blueprint: Review
    Amber Fares Katy Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Film Reviews Soulmate William Old July 20 2014 Film Reviews Reviews Uncategorized Director Axelle Carolyn Screenplay Axelle Carolyn Starring Anna Walton Tom Wisdom Tanya Myers Nick Brimble Emma Cleasby Producer Neil Marshall Country UK Running Time 103 min Year 2013 BBFC Certificate 18 Sterling Pictures Forest Features production in association with Title Media and Screen Projex bring to the table the supernatural tale Soulmate Starring Anna Walton Hellboy 2 and Tom Wisdom 300 with Tanya Myers Skeletons Nick Brimble A Knight s Tale and Emma Cleasby Dog Soldiers Soulmate is scripted and directed by Axelle Carolyn with Neil Marshall Doomsday Dog Soldiers and The Descent as executive producer and editor with special guest appearance by Anubis Axelle s dog This isn t Dog Soldiers so don t expect werewolves leaping out of the cupboards it s more of a love story well nearly Audrey Anna Walton decides to retreat to the countryside to forget her husbands death and recover from her attempted suicide Of course she decides to rent a weird house in a weird village populated with weird locals She is immediately met by Teresa Tanya Myers and when you find out Teresa lives at the first house on the left you know things are not going to run smoothly Teresa is obviously mad as a box of frogs while her husband Nick Brimble manages to be friendly and creepy at the same time Teresa welcomes Audrey to the village with a hilarious food parcel comprising of a vile lump of slimy meat that looks like a spleen it s actually a skinned rabbit an old root and what looks like some dead weeds The plot centres round the interaction between Audrey and the previous inhabitant of the house who is now deceased Suspense builds as the supernatural shenanigans intensify and we scream Get in the car NOW and go stay in a Premier Inn Audrey gives a nearly believable excuse for not fleeing the crazy cottage as she needs time to recover from her attempted suicide Unfortunately there s not much recovery time as the ghostly mischief escalates and things turn nasty when living and dead both get the wrong end of the stick

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  • William Old | Blueprint: Review - Part 2
    Andy Goulding April 10 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 9 Mad Max Fury Road Andy Goulding March 26 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 8 Dumbo Andy Goulding March 12 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 7 This is England 90 Andy Goulding March 1 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint on the LAMBcast Roll Your Own Top 5 David Brook February 15 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Best Movies of 2015 David Brook January 7 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Star Wars The Force Awakens David Brook December 22 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Episode 6 Melancholia Andy Goulding December 4 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Recent Haiku Review April 16 admin April 11 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review 4 5 Trash A VHS Festival Justin Richards March 27 2016 Featured Features Reviews 4 5 Interview with Amber Fares Katy Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Author William Old William Old Lives in a Dark Place on the edge of Sanity with his tormented

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  • Fear Eats the Soul Blu-Ray Review | Blueprint: Review
    a throwaway experiment shot in just two weeks in between the higher budget films Martha and Effi Briest It went on to be one of his most critically successful films winning prizes at the Cannes and Chicago Film Festivals It tells the simple story of a 60 odd year old German woman Emmi Brigitte Mira who falls in love with a 40 odd year old Moroccan immigrant known as Ali although his real name is that of the actor who portrays him El Hedi ben Salem Ali is just the name most Germans give to Moroccan immigrants The couple face horrible treatment from their family friends and colleagues due to their age and racial differences This causes a strain on their relationship And that s pretty much it The film has a stark simplicity to it which effectively punctuates the issues being examined Reminding me of the minimalist approach taken by Robert Bresson before him and Aki Kaurismäki afterwards Fassbinder s style is one of cinematic economy Other than some stylistic nods towards Douglas Sirk s All That Heaven Allows which is a clear influence on the film Fear Eats the Soul is devoid of frills in any aspect of its filmmaking This can be difficult to take at first Most striking is the mannered meets stilted performance style Salem in particular seems almost robotic in his actions but it all seems to be part and parcel of the style and works strangely well The well built man is a strong presence on screen and his bluntness when paired with the affection his character shows towards Emmi gives him an average man relatability you don t always get with your average movie star performance It also makes the treatment put upon him all the more shocking as he comes across as a simple guy going about his business who s hard to object to Mira s performance is more openly warm and provides the range and sensitivity to sell the relationship So together they drive the film perfectly Although stark avoiding grand sets or big crane shots the film looks good too Often framing the protagonists between bars or frames the camera traps them in a similar way to how German society does The lighting and production design tips its cap to Sirk with colours quite boldly used although the film has a murky realism to its settings as opposed to the stylish beauty of Sirk s This mix of Hollywood melodrama and stripped back realism is an interesting combo which occasionally looks like it s spoofing the over the top nature of the former particularly in the unexpected climax to the film but uses its style to shine a harsh spotlight on a serious issue I did have a problem with some sections of the film Most notably there are two sudden changes in character that I didn t quite buy into One is where Ali has an affair with a younger barmaid which seemed out of character and

    Original URL path: http://blueprintreview.co.uk/2016/04/fear-eats-the-soul/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Film Reviews | Blueprint: Review - Part 2
    Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Best Movies of 2015 David Brook January 7 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Star Wars The Force Awakens David Brook December 22 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Episode 6 Melancholia Andy Goulding December 4 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Recent Haiku Review April 16 admin April 11 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review 4 5 Trash A VHS Festival Justin Richards March 27 2016 Featured Features Reviews 4 5 Interview with Amber Fares Katy Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Film Reviews Home Reviews Film Reviews 4 0 Three Days of the Condor David Brook April 4 2016 Film Reviews Reviews David Brook reviews Sydney Pollack s paranoid 70 s thriller re released on Blu Ray as part of Eureka s Masters of Cinema series 5 0 Ran David Brook April 4 2016 Film Reviews Reviews 1 Comment David Brook reviews Akira Kurosawa s masterpiece Ran which has been given a new 4K restoration 4 0 Couple in a Hole admin April 3 2016 Film Reviews Reviews Richard Hall reviews this unusual critically acclaimed drama 3 0 Five Dolls For an August Moon Alex Porter April 2 2016 Film Reviews Reviews Alex Porter reviews this cult classic from Mario Bava re released by Arrow Video 1 0 Mark of the Witch Justin Richards March 30 2016 Film Reviews Reviews Director Jason Bognacki Script Jason Bognacki Cast David Landry Maria Olsen Lillian Pennypacker Paulie Redding Michael St Michaels Nancy Wolfe Paulie Rojas Michael Rappaport Running time 76 minute 4 0 Shooting Stars Andy Goulding March 30 2016 Film Reviews Reviews Andy Goulding reviews Anthony Asquith s debut silent feature Shooting Stars 3 5 THE MONSTER CHRONICLES TIK TIK Neil Gammon March 28 2016 Film Reviews Reviews Neil Gammon reviews the DVD of this horror comedy 3 5 Asmodexia Neil Gammon March 28 2016 Film Reviews Reviews Neil Gammon reviews the intriguing Spanish horror film Asmodexia 3 5 Tangerine Mikaela Smith March 27 2016 Film Reviews Reviews Mikaela Smith reviews the DVD release of Sean Baker s vibrant transgender comedy Tangerine 4 0 Culloden The War Game David Brook March 22 2016 Film Reviews Reviews David Brook reviews the BFI s new re release of Peter Watkins groundbreaking

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  • Film Reviews | Blueprint: Review - Part 3

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  • Film Reviews | Blueprint: Review - Part 80
    Andy Goulding April 10 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 9 Mad Max Fury Road Andy Goulding March 26 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 8 Dumbo Andy Goulding March 12 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Spoiler Episode 7 This is England 90 Andy Goulding March 1 2016 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint on the LAMBcast Roll Your Own Top 5 David Brook February 15 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Best Movies of 2015 David Brook January 7 2016 Featured Podcasts Blueprint on the LAMBcast Star Wars The Force Awakens David Brook December 22 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Episode 6 Melancholia Andy Goulding December 4 2015 Featured Podcasts Spoiler Podcast Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Recent Haiku Review April 16 admin April 11 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review 4 5 Trash A VHS Festival Justin Richards March 27 2016 Featured Features Reviews 4 5 Interview with Amber Fares Katy Vans March 3 2016 Featured Features Interviews Haiku Review February 16 admin March 3 2016 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Last Shift on DVD David Brook January 18 2016 Competitions Featured Features Interview with Steve Oram admin January 11 2016 Featured Features Interviews Our Favourite Films of 2015 David Brook January 4 2016 Featured Features 2 Comment Haiku Review December 15 admin December 12 2015 Featured Features Haiku Review Competition Win Aferim on DVD David Brook December 8 2015 Competitions Featured Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Home Reviews Book Reviews Film Reviews Game Reviews Short Films Soundtrack Reviews TV Reviews Podcasts Blueprint Review Spoiler Podcast Features Competitions Gates of Video Hell Haiku Review Interviews Short Films Weekend of Trash Film Reviews Home Reviews Film Reviews Female Prisoner 701 Scorpion David Brook March 1 2010 Film Reviews Rating

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