Fantasy/Sci-Fi

Nevrland – Review

Gregor Schmidinger’s debut feature provides a complex mix of masculinity, mental health and sexuality. Creating a picture of a young mans journey into adulthood unlike many other within the gay genre. Combining stark visual imagery with exceptional sound design. Schmidinger creates the aesthetic of entering the thoughts and emotions of his young male lead, Jakob …

Alien – 40th Anniversary

From its stripped back poster design to the invention of the modern horror/sci-fi genre. Alien has imbedded itself in modern cinematic history, as a film that truly took cinema into the coldest reaches of space. Combining the emergence of the 1970s slasher film with the classic 1950s B-Movie in a stark modern vision of space …