Posts by Brogan Morris

With Mindhunter, David Fincher’s killer completes their journey

By Brogan Morris

Netflix’s newest crime drama series is the culmination of a career-long obsession for the director.

Threads should be compulsory viewing for President Trump

By Brogan Morris

Not even Donald Trump could deny this harrowing vision of nuclear war.

Why Is Paris Burning? remains one of the great anti-war epics

By Brogan Morris

Released 50 years ago, this understated and underloved drama is deserving of a reappraisal.

10 great debuts by actors turned directors

By Brogan Morris

With The Childhood of a Leader arriving in cinemas, here are some other memorable shifts from stars behind the lens.

The Age of Consequences – first look review

By Brogan Morris

The Hurt Locker meets An Inconvenient Truth in this vital new climate change documentary.

Sour Grapes – first look review

By Brogan Morris

There’s notes of Orson Welles’ F for Fake in this richly intoxicating wine-based con caper.

An open letter to Shane Meadows

By Brogan Morris

With This Is England back on the small screen, Brogan Morris pens a sincere plea for the director to return to feature filmmaking.

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