Top List #8: We liked them before they were cool. Many of them still aren’t cool. This makes us ahead of the cool-curve. Cool.
Top List #7: …. and not a teenager in sight.
Top List #6: Because 2012 is so last year. And 2014 is so next year. And 2013 is so this year. To be honest, I’m not really sure when I’m supposed to end this joke.
The Latter Death of Descartes – featuring an entire cast of frequent Anti/Type performers!
Don’t worry everyone, it’s okay – Batsch is back.
‘Gold….always believe in your soul’ makes no sense out of context…..click the link for context
Early shots to whet your appetite. Isn’t it weird when you have to write ‘wet’ with an h. ‘Whet’. Hmm.
Top List #5: If Anti/Type were a family, you’d be our distant cousins we don’t see very often. Hello, again. We’ve laid on a Top List and a buffet, because we knew you were coming.
Anti/Type supporting independent cinema? All in a days work.
One shot, three colours. There’s something to be said for simplicity.
Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines - ridiculously well-natured and entertaining, with its sumptuous vistas and folksy racism
Corman's World - the head-honcho, the commander, the pope, the leader of the pack to everyone super 8 to DSLR
Django Kill! - Surreal, but not always in a good way
Ain't Them Bodies Saints - The simplicity and directness of a folk-tale told with a painters eye
The Lone Ranger - Not deserving of all of its criticism, genuinely technically brilliant and not a little strange
Kagemusha - At times feels like a warm-up for Ran, but as warm-ups go its spectacular