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David Lynch

Possum (2018) Film Review

Stop me if you think you’ve heard this one before. In Possum, Phillip (Sean Harris) struggles to destroy a puppet that keeps coming back no matter how he destroys it. In concept Possum sounds like a familiar scary story, but I can assure…

Blue Velvet (1986)

Blue Velvet remains, for me, the greatest movie that David Lynch has ever produced. Oh, Twin Peaks remains his finest achievement, but Blue Velvet is the forerunner to that magnificent TV show. It's the film that has best married his…

They Ruled The 1980s

As we explore the 1980s this month here at Flickfeast it becomes clear just who made the decade for film fans. Either by their inclusion here, or by their notable absence, these people helped to define the decade and had their most glorious…

Challenging Cinema

The eagerness for Steve McQueen’s latest film, Twelve Years a Slave (2013), comes as no surprise after the success of both his first foray into feature films, Hunger (2008), and the highly anticipated follow up, Shame (2011). As a Turner…

Side by Side (2012)

The big hitters from the world of cinema way in on the digital debate in this documentary helmed, rather improbably, by Keanu Reeves. Side By Side is sure to intrigue cinephiles. Cinema is in a state of flux. Digital technology now sits…