Top 8 Cowboy Bebop Sessions

So never do I usually discuss television on this blog as Reviewers of the Lost Art is predominately film based, but the problem is that some TV is just way too irresistible to not sink my teeth into, and Cowboy Bebop is, well, surprisingly enough, one of those shows. If you are unaware of the … Continue reading Top 8 Cowboy Bebop Sessions

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REVIEW: First Man

If you believed they put Ryan Gosling on the moon; if you believed there's nothing up Damien Chazelle's sleeve, then nothing is cool. Reeling from family tragedy, the engineer, Neil Armstrong, is recruited by NASA in the 1960s to take part in the space race to the moon as, unbeknownst to him, the decade long … Continue reading REVIEW: First Man

REVIEW: Bad Times at the El Royale

For the record, I’d have booked a room in California – never a bad time there. Sitting on the border between California and Nevada, the rundown hotel establishment, the El Royale, falls into rocky water when a swarm of strangers – a soul singer, an elderly priest, a fiery hotshot and a travelling salesman – … Continue reading REVIEW: Bad Times at the El Royale

REVIEW: Venom [Spoiler Free]

Cliches! Inconsistencies! Dullness! So many snacks, so little time... During an investigation into the mysterious (though obviously sinister) Life Foundation, controversially famed journalist, Eddie Brock, has his body accidentally merged with an alien symbiotic life form calling itself Venom. Where do I start with this one... In the "anticipated" (I think) return to the big … Continue reading REVIEW: Venom [Spoiler Free]

REVIEW: Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot

Don't worry, I won't get far into this review before just abbreviating the title of this film, altogether - man, its a whopper. A paralysed alcoholic begins his journey of recovery when he finds a passion for drawing off-colour newspaper cartoons. The Joaquin Phoenix renascence roars on with this poetic little sketching of life from a unique perspective. … Continue reading REVIEW: Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot

RANKED: September Releases of 2018 (Recap)

One of 2018's most underwhelming months so far, September has definitely had its ups and downs. Whether a crazy Tommy Wiseau performance or an insane Nic Cage performance, the best of this month has mainly laid in the unexpected - in the indies and the obscure. Not the best month, but not the worst and … Continue reading RANKED: September Releases of 2018 (Recap)

REVIEW: The House with a Clock in its Walls

Just a reminder that 2018 has seen filmmaker, Eli Roth, direct both the family fun flick, The House with a Clock in its Walls and the bloody vengeance thriller, Death Wish. Contrasting much? The young Lewis moves in with his oddball Uncle Jonathan who happens to practice the magical arts with his feisty neighbour, Mrs. Zimmerman, as the two … Continue reading REVIEW: The House with a Clock in its Walls