So, we’re on to the final chapter of the films that changed the way I have looked at cinema. A personal voyage that has delved deep into my childhood and my teenage years too. Film is a subjective journey that escorts the viewer into a new world, so it may not make sense to you why these flicks have been picked, but stick with them and all will become clear, or I hope it does.
Rob Stoakes continues guiding us through the top 10 films that have influenced the way he looks at cinema. You can read Part 1 here. Adam Brannon will finish up this series of articles with his final five on Saturday. Read Adam’s Part 1 here.
This is part two of a two part series I am writing in celebration of my debut novel (which you will buy if you are a smart and attractive individual). You can read part one here to catch up, but if you already have, then on with the list! Continue reading
Movie Metropolis founder Adam Brannon shares the first five films that changed the way he viewed cinema. Check out the second five in his next article.
Film has always meant an awful lot to me. But it’s not just films that I love, I adore anything film related. From memorabilia to the smell of a new Blu-ray, my passion for cinema goes far beyond sitting down and actually watching a movie.
The films featured in these lists changed my life and the way I look at the film industry, helping me shape and create this website in the process. Continue reading
In a series of special articles, Movie Metropolis contributor Rob Stoakes and founder Adam Brannon share the 10 films that changed the way each of them view cinema. We kick off with Rob’s first five, with Adam’s following later this week.
I don’t think I’ve written a more personal article on this or any other site. The Lion King review is perhaps the closest. But this is special, because recently my debut novel, Mother and Monster, was published. And while I could do an entire article about the book and pestering you to buy it, I imagine you lot are more interested in films, I’ve instead decided to share something very personal; the ten biggest influences on me from the world of cinema.
This is not a list of my favourite films. This is not a list of the best films. Some of the films on this list are those, some are dumpster fires, but all of them have had an impact on me, as a filmgoer, as a writer and, perhaps most importantly of all, as a person. I wouldn’t recommend all of them, you might not enjoy them, but when the police find the bodies and try to figure out why I did it, this is probably where they should start. Continue reading