Moment of Zen

Sunday Moment of Zen: Vanora’s Song

The Antoine Fuqua directed version of King Arthur is 10 years old. On release it was gutted, the closing battle so badly censored that it’s literally the same footage re-cut and re-used twice. It was also, at the time, eviscerated critically, because that’s what the industry leaders in film criticism often do; scrabble to be …

Sunday Moment of Zen: Vanora’s Song

Sunday Moment of Zen: Tony and Pepper

As always, there’s a lot of speculation about what the next wave of Marvel movies will include. There’s the usual skutch of sequels, plus, it looks like, at least a couple of new movies from some nicely eccentric characters. The heavily rumored idea of Mads Mikkelsen as Doctor Strange, for example, is brilliant whilst the …

Sunday Moment of Zen: Tony and Pepper

Sunday Moment of Zen: Clerks 2

Clerks came out the year I started at University. It also came out the year before I got a job at the local branch of Travelling Man, where I’d spend the next seven years. I have, to my eternal pleasure, actually woken up, got dressed, shaved whilst walking to work and opened the store to …

Sunday Moment of Zen: Clerks 2

Sunday Moment of Zen: Sneakers

You may not have seen Sneakers. If that’s the case I have seven reasons why you should rectify it: Robert Redford, Sidney Poitier, Sir Ben Kingsley, Mary McDonnell, Dan Ackroyd, River Phoenix and David Strathairn. The cast is ridiculously good and the story, following a group of e-security specialists who get in way, way over …

Sunday Moment of Zen: Sneakers

Sunday Moment of Zen: Box

Something a little different this week. Performance art combining projection mapping, an actor and precision robotics from the production company Bot & Dolly. Think ballet with robot arms and a little slight of hand. Only even more beautiful and no one has to wear a codpiece.   Box from Bot & Dolly on Vimeo.

Sunday Moment of Zen: In The Foothills Of Deadline Mountain

Morning,   I’m catching up on the frankly demented amount of work I have on deck over the next couple of weeks. To make matters even more interesting, August and September were, with the notable exception of a lovely holiday, surprisingly shitty months and I’m still working off both that and the cold that’s decided …

Sunday Moment of Zen: In The Foothills Of Deadline Mountain

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