STAR TREK BEYOND (3D)


From the opening scenes, to the finale, this felt completely different to previous two, proving once and for all, that Abrams did not really understand Trek as much as he liked us to think, even William Shatner's failed Star Trek V (1989), the worst Trek film to date, understood Star Trek, maybe a little too well. Justin Lin on the other hand, seemed to be a ludicrous choice of director, making his name with the later Fast And Furious movies, but in retrospect, what a great choice.

CINERAMA 2.0 (aka THE BARCO ESCAPE FORMAT)


As many nEoFILM's followers will no doubt be aware, I am a HUGE fan of Cinerama, the defunct and some may rightly say, the failed format which was used in theatres between 1952 and 1963, in its truest sense at least. Projecting three full frame 35mm images onto a 146 degree curved widescreen, the three … Continue reading CINERAMA 2.0 (aka THE BARCO ESCAPE FORMAT)

ENCOUNTERS IN THE THIRD DIMENSION (3D)


1999 DIRECTOR:  Ben Stassen, Sean MacLeod Phillips May contain spoilers! ...Or Encounter In The Thrid Dimension.... NO! There is no spelling mistakes, okay well there is a deliberate one, one which appears in the film's title as a moment of, (cough) comedy... Originally presented back in 1999 on duel-strip 70mm IMAX 3D, this short 40 … Continue reading ENCOUNTERS IN THE THIRD DIMENSION (3D)