Tags : Willem Dafoe

The Lighthouse (2019) Review

After his debut directing feature The Witch caused such a stir in 2015 everyone wondered how wunderkind Robert Eggers would follow up such a fantastic film. The answer is with a weird and warped journey into insanity set in a lighthouse in the late 19th century.Read More

To Live and Die in L.A. (1985) Review

Although heralded by critics and audiences alike for making the best possession film ever made William Friedkin is also famous for directing a whole load of other movies including one of the best action films of the 70’s The French Connection.Read More

Daybreakers (2010)

As the characters in Daybreakers squabble over the ethics of vampiric evolution – debating the morality of such an existence against a mortal, human one – the film itself seems to be caught up in a similar and equally troubling battle of attrition. As we catch a non-glimpse of our charming, if flawed, lead protagonist, […]Read More