Tag: WWII

Thomas Dolby

Thomas Dolby

Interviews

Doomed lighthouses, flying saucers above British coastal villages, and a grandmother who prepared to poison the Nazis… Thomas Dolby discusses the many eye-opening aspects of his film, The Invisible Lighthouse - now the anchor of a unique concert/visuals tour of the U.S. - with Steve Stav.

Thomas Dolby

Interviews
Doomed lighthouses, flying saucers above British coastal villages, and a grandmother who prepared to poison the Nazis... Thomas Dolby discusses the many eye-opening aspects of his film, The Invisible Lighthouse - now the anchor of a unique concert/visuals tour of the U.S. - with Steve Stav.
Captain America : The First Avenger

Captain America : The First Avenger

Screen Reviews

Marvel’s latest superhero adaptation fails to deliver, claims our resident Captain America fanatic. How, exactly, does it disappoint? Steve Stav counts the ways in his review.

Inglourious Basterds

Inglourious Basterds

Screen Reviews

Cross of Iron. The Dirty Dozen. The Devil’s Brigade. The Guns of Navarone. Does Quentin Tarantino’s ambitious new WWII flick deserve to join such esteemed company? War-movie buff and Tarantino fan Steve Stav casts his vote.

Super Spy

Super Spy

Print Reviews

Matt Kindt’s new graphic novel recaptures the shadowy espionage of World War II. Carl F Gauze knows thirteen ways to kill you if you happen to glance at him talking into his shoe.

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Screen Reviews

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