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Visualogue – I Cyan You

13th June 2017 11.08 PM I Cyan You. It was instant. I saw you by the corner of my eyes amongst the cold grey concrete and the off-white PVC pipelines […]

‘Bleu’ and its use of the color blue | 「藍」與藍之用

Putting specific meaning on use of colour in movies or in any visual media for that matter is often an exercise in futility since it is easy to overanalyse use […]

Art Review 藝評 – Kingsley Ng’s ‘Twenty-Five Minutes Older’: An immersive, sensory tram experience 伍韶勁的《25分鐘之後》: 一次感性與深入的經驗

Article contributed by Joana Schertenleib from Cultural Journalism Campus When the black painted tram arrives visitors were already waiting. On the first floor instructions were given by two young women. […]

Movie Review 影評 – Indiana Jones and the temple of doom 《印第安納鍾斯與魔宮傳奇》 – 2 out of 6

Rating: ★★☆☆☆☆ 評分: ★★☆☆☆☆ Long before ‘The Lost World: Jurassic Park’ and ‘Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,’ Spielberg showed the world that he should never direct a sequel […]

Why everyone loves Raiders of the Lost Ark and so do you | 為何人人(和你)都愛《法櫃奇兵》

Steven Spielberg’s Raiders of the Lost Ark from 1981 is a touchstone in cinema. It is the brainchild of the two cinematic visionaries: director Steven Spielberg and writer George Lucas. […]

Best of 2016 | 2016電影之最

(Chinese follows at the bottom of the article) Look, let’s not beat around the bush: For all intents and purposes 2016 was a shit year where a lot of good […]

Why everyone loves Moulin Rouge and so do you – David Madsen

If The Sound of Music is the peak of the musical genre, this fun, gorgeous and incredibly idiosyncratic musical is the genres logical endpoint.   Moulin Rouge! is the film […]

Movie Review – Autumn Lights – David Madsen

Rating: ★★★☆☆☆ While Angad Aulakh’s debut feature film has a clear vision, it often comes off as a short film stretched to 98 minutes. Smoking in Hollywood film productions is an […]

On depression and why BoJack Horseman is so important

The last five years or so have been an amazing time to watch American sitcoms. Far from the rehash of old sitcom models like Modern Family or (and especially) How […]

Movie Review – The Neon Demon – David Madsen

Rating: ★★☆☆☆☆   The most notable subject matter Nicolas Winding Refn seems to be exploring with his newest work The Neon Demon is his audience’s tolerance for trite bullshit.   With […]