FILM OF THE MONTH ~ OCTOBER 2013


October has been and extremely quiet month for nEoFILM, with only four films being reviewed, but the quality was much greater with a concentration of great movies, with one exception. The Old School (2003) review speaks for itself, but it was left to Unbreakable (2001), The Hindenburg (1975) and Thirteen Days (2000) to carry the … Continue reading FILM OF THE MONTH ~ OCTOBER 2013

THE HINDENBURG


1975 DIRECTOR: Robert Wise May Contain Spoilers! 1975 was the mid-point for the decade which mastered the disaster movie, but many critics, almost all who reviewed this, felt that the only disaster on-screen here, was the film itself. Robert Wise is a masterful film-maker, with an attention to detail and a catalogue of classic movies … Continue reading THE HINDENBURG

THIRTEEN DAYS


2000 DIRECTOR: Roger Donaldson May Contain Spoilers! The thirteen days in which the world came as close as it ever would to a full on nuclear conflict, occurred in October 1962, just a year before John. F. Kennedy's fateful trip to Dallas. But the details of this landmark events are often broken down in to … Continue reading THIRTEEN DAYS

UNBREAKABLE


2001 DIRECTOR: M. Night  Shyamalan May Contain Spoilers! I have seen most of the M. Night Shyamalan films since The Sixth Sense (1999), which made a huge impression on not only myself, but most who watched it and that twist, this came just two years later. Unbreakable is a clever, thoughtful and thought-provoking rethink on a well-worn … Continue reading UNBREAKABLE

OLD SCHOOL


2003 DIRECTOR: Todd Phillips NOT A PART OF OUR COLLECTION May Contain Spoilers! Will we be adding this to our collection? NO Hated it! It left me with a bad taste in my mouth. It stinks! The story makes little sense and is a contrivance to feed into the ludicrous brand of "Will Farrell" comedy … Continue reading OLD SCHOOL