It must be a horrid thing sitting in the dark through hundreds of thought-provoking films from all over the world just to pass judgment for the benefit of Witchdoctor readers. We gave PAUL ROSE this most demanding of jobs. Here’s his first instalment.
Film & Television
There’s no pot of gold to be found at the end of this laboured and uneven set of Irish tales, writes TOBY WOOLLASTON
It doesn’t compare to the brilliance of Toy Story 3. CHARLES JAMESON tries to figure out just why Toy Story 4 is so disappointing.
TOBY WOOLLASTON focuses his senses on Parasite, a darkly funny and fiercely intelligent masterpiece from Korea that really gets under your skin.
It’s not the terrorist’s bullets, bombs and fires that have TOBY WOLLASTON squirming as he takes in Hotel Mumbai…
PAT PILCHER worries about the future of SKY as it keeps hiking its prices.
GARY STEEL remembers what it was like to be an adolescent obsessed with dead rock stars.
TOBY WOOLLASTON heads to the movies to check out the latest offering on Van Gogh: At Eternity’s Gate.