Eureka Entertainment has released an intrinsically interesting documentary about a subject matter unjustly unexplored. Suchsland knows how to compose a documentary and Hitler's Hollywood is certainly a focused piece of work
What better time to revisit Beetlejuice than on it's 30th Anniversary. The film has recently been given the 4K remaster treatment and been playing in cinemas around the country, making this the perfect opportunity to dig it up, blow off the cobwebs, and reevaluate its place in cinema.
During the annual short film showcase at Mayhem Film Festival this year, the wide display of upcoming talent struck me. One of the most memorable and entertaining was Kevin Sluder's Heartless: a modern-day retelling of Edgar Allen Poe's classic story The Tell-Tale Heart. Here at Review Avenue, we were lucky enough to interview said director.
A "run of the mill" biopic this is not. This is a measured, intelligent picture that balances heartfelt character drama with awe-inspiring spaceflight. Equally as excellent as Chazelle's previous masterpieces he has proven his ability to paint on a broad canvas.