Over on Soda & Telepaths I went and wrote a bit about the anthology film V/H/S/94 which is currently available on Shudder, so that’s a fun Halloween read for everyone
Over on Soda & Telepaths, another one of the FoodxFilm festival reviews is up (yes the festival ended 2 days ago, the reviews still good). This one’s for the film Wild Relatives which is about seeds because this festival had a very pointed theme.
Also guess whose internet is borked so can’t watch any new films? That’s why I haven’t started on the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival stuff, though I have got access to that and will get onto it the moment my internet is unborked.
Over on good old Soda & Telepaths, more FoodxFilm Festival stuff. This time learning about Anita Chitaya, a woman more people should know about thanks to her work fighting for climate change. Learn all about her while watching The Ants And The Grasshopper, you know you want to
Over on Soda & Telepaths, as part of the FoodxFilm Festival coverage, I watched When Tomatoes Met Wagner, a film about people playing classical music at tomatoes and then putting the tomatoes in jars to sell… it was actually fascinating
Over on the old Soda & Telepaths, I continue my coverage of the FoodxFilm Festival with a documentary called You Think The Earth Is A Dead Thing…. and yes, saying that title does make me want to sing Colors Of The Wind because I am a very predictable person
The FoodXFilm festival coverage keeps on going over on Soda & Telepaths with a review of the Oyster based film The Taste Of Desire, which might not’ve been my taste but maybe you’ll enjoy it… or at least what I wrote about it
Over on the good old Soda & Telepaths I’m reviewing films that are part of the FoodXFilm Festival, which takes place over three days and has a whole bunch of films that relate in some way to food. The first one is a film called Gather, about indigenous people’s relationships with food… and also genocide, it’s a fascinating film, you should try and find it and also read my full thoughts on it
Over on Soda and Telepaths I reviewed the campy drag horror film Death Drop Gorgeous, which would make a lovely companion piece to season 4 of Dragula (god it’s been way too long since I talked about Drag on this blog… PS, YAY FOR KYLIE SONIQUE LOVE WINNING AS6!)
Over on Soda & Telepaths, I review the film Martyrs Lane, which comes to Shudder very soon and was even part of that Fantasia film festival (one of the films I didn’t have time to get through).
So over on Soda & Telepaths I wrote about this fascinating documentary about the star of Eight Legged Freaks deciding to do wrestling… it’s a good review of a good film, you should read and then watch.