Posts by Nathan Smith

Why Small Soldiers is one of the deepest kids’ movies ever made

By Nathan Smith

There’s a sly satiric message at the heart of Joe Dante’s 1998 tale of action figures running amuck.

Remembering Cloverfield’s bizarre, groundbreaking viral marketing campaign

By Nathan Smith

Ten years ago, Matt Reeves’ secret monster movie ushered in a new era of fan-driven movie publicity.

Remembering 1998’s Soldier: The original Blade Runner sequel

By Nathan Smith

Like Philip K Dick’s replicants, Kurt Russell’s steely-eyed space marine asks what it means to be human.

In defence of Rollerball – the capitalist satire come good

By Nathan Smith

John McTiernan’s maligned 2002 remake is one of the sharper anti-capitalist films of modern times.

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