Top of the Docs #42 – Can’t Get You Out of My Head (2021)

Renowned for his breadth of research and incisive analysis, Curtis’ documentaries usually focus on an aspect of history, exploring its cultural, social and political impacts.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘Sweetheart’ (2021) is an Instant Coming of Age Classic

Following sulky teen AJ on a family caravan holiday she’ll never forget, Marley Morrison’s debut ‘Sweetheart’ is an instant coming of age classic.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘Iorram (Boat Song)’ (2021) is a Gentle Collage of Living History

Iorram is a piece of actual history presented as cinema. Or more accurately, as its subtitle suggests, as a piece of traditional poetry and song.

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“What Did She Say?!”- Flip Screen Presents The Best Quotes by Scream Queens

But this column is dedicated to Women in Horror, so although those famous lines are cool, we here think there’s something more worth mentioning. We want to raise the bar. We want to set our sights on unmarked territory and talk about the unsung quotes of horror’s favorite scream queens. The horror genre is too often left out of film conversations, and women in horror are even less talked about. As you know, the writers of this column are over that BS, and we spend our time trying to highlight the badass women who have conquered this genre. Honoring the best scream queen quotes is just the next stop on this highway to hell!

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GFF REVIEW: ‘The Swordsman’ (2020) is Enjoyable but Nothing New

Despite how snugly The Swordsman fits within this oft-explored genre, it is nonetheless a solidly entertaining piece of work with well-developed characters.

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REVIEW: ‘One Night in Miami’ (2020) is a Triumph of Black Humanity

King expertly strips away the trappings of fame and the burdens of hindsight to reveal the self-doubting, exhausted men underneath these imposing legends as they spend their night in Miami.

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[Between the Lines] Seeing and Hearing Through the Protagonist in the ‘Sound of Metal’ (2019) Screenplay

Setting up and subsequently flipping Ruben’s world within seven pages is a testament to the writers using tried and tested techniques to tell a new, interesting story.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘The Mauritanian’ (2021) Levels Up The Conventional Legal Drama

Based on the diaries of Mohamedou Ould Slahi from when he was unlawfully held at Guantanamo Bay in the aftermath of 9/11, ‘The Mauritanian’ is a deeply engaging and enraging piece of work.

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