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Category Archives: The Best Films You’ve Never Seen

The Best Films You’ve Never Seen #3: Afterschool

In this semi-regular feature, I discuss some of the best films which had low box office earnings, found little audience, or have otherwise been forgotten about over time. Despite dominating the lives of teenagers for over a decade, very few films have focused on ‘the youtube generation’. Apart from a few teen comedies that show …

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The Best Films You’ve Never Seen #2: What Richard Did

In this semi-regular feature, I discuss some of the best films which had low box office earnings, found little audience, or have otherwise been forgotten about over time. Lenny Abrahamson’s Frank may be this blog’s most talked about film. Since I saw it last year, I’ve done my best to recommend it to everybody I …

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The Best Films You’ve Never Seen #1: The Happiness of the Katakuris

In this new semi-regular feature, I’m simply going to be writing about some of my favourite films that very few people have seen. For my first selection, I picked a film that is quite simply unlike any other. A blackly comic, fitfully violent musical that features a devoted family, a wanted criminal posing as a …

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