Thomas H. Sheriff is a filmmaker and film journalist particularly interested in social realism, surrealism, expressionism, and the broader evolution of cinema. Graduating from the LSE last summer, he explores film as a vehicle for political, social, cultural and philosophical issues. This doesn’t detract from his unabashed love of Star Wars (even the prequels, in a masochistic sense).

Revisiting Kill Bill: Why I No Longer Enjoy The Tarantino Classics

I used to actually quite like Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill films. Kill Bill: Vol. 2 I’ve always found unforgivably ponderous and embarrassingly portentous, but not without its moments of excitement. … Continue reading Revisiting Kill Bill: Why I No Longer Enjoy The Tarantino Classics