Tag Archives: Don’t Look Now

Don’t Look Now is Being Remade…

… and it’ll be by the production team behind Liam Neeson’s Non-Stop. So this is somewhat upsetting news. I don’t like to do a news post about every remake that’s in the works, not only because if I did I would find myself writing about little else, but also because in principal reinvention is no […]

Who Saw Her Die? – Review (Spoiler Free)

A child’s death haunts Venice’s shadowy streets – no this isn’t Don’t Look Now… but it’s close. There are many striking similarities between this giallo and Roeg’s classic movie such as there being the death of a child, a murderer stalking Venice’s labyrinthine streets, a sex scene which is disturbed by repeated cuts away, and […]

Breaking Emotions: Fear

Excitingly Mettel Ray has started up her second blogathon after the great success of her ‘My Movie Alphabet’ one last year (check out my entry here). This time around she has one called ‘Breaking Emotions’ where we are given an emotion (or two) and we have to respond with scenes that cause us to experience […]

Don’t Look Now – Review (Spoiler Free)

Shortly after the death of their child, John and Laura (Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie) are called to Venice by John’s work where he is overseeing the restoration of a church. The dark avenues and lapping water set the scene for a truly unnerving and evocative film, as the couple are haunted by the memories […]