Tag: The Lobster

Exaggerated Confrontations of Human Behavior: How Yorgos Lanthimos Is a Master of Horror Realism

“Lanthimos is a master at challenging the notions of what a horror film can and should be, simply because he elicits the genre’s most key component, fear, out of his viewers.”

A Musical Necropic: Todd Haynes’ ‘Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story’

“It’s done critically, sympathetically and with a demand from the viewer to take responsibility for their role in the story, too.”

Jordan Brooks’ Top 10 Feature Films and Top 5 Documentaries of 2015

Jordan Brooks (@viewtoaqueue) is an increasingly-snobby cinefile based out of London, England. As a contributor to several online publications, including his own blog, he has succeeded in fulfilling his life long dream of imposing strong opinions on others.

Some Great Directorial Debuts You May Have Missed in 2015

Here’s Josh Slater-Williams on four underrated gems of the past year.

Review: Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘The Lobster’

“A sharp, claustrophobic study of human relationships, The Lobster puts humanity’s obsession with coupling on full display before it is bloodily dissected and rendered horrifyingly unrecognizable.”