Mansfield 66/67 – Review

Jayne Mansfield will always be remembered as one of Hollywood ultimate icons. The blonde, curvaceous bombshell burst onto the screen in a time of Marilyn Monroe and Grace Kelly. Despite the clear similarities to Monroe, her distinctive vocals, turbulent personal life, and continued wardrobe malfunctions made her a media sensation. Yet little is known about the women behind the drama and the camera lens. In … Continue reading Mansfield 66/67 – Review

The Shape of Water – Review

Guillermo Del Toro is a visionary filmmaker. There is no denying that: He is one of the few filmmakers out there with a particular and pretty peculiar look on the world. His films are imbued with darkness and intrigued, coloured with murky cinematography and inventive fantasy. From The Devil’s Backbone to Crimson Peek, Guillermo Del Toro is an outstanding filmmaker who believes in the powers … Continue reading The Shape of Water – Review