“Saint Omer” by Alice Diop: the judgment of Medea – Benzine Magazine

Saint Omer by Alice Diop the judgment of Medea

Singular film taken from the real trial of an infanticide, Saint-Omer is a very great moment in cinema, and makes us go through intense emotions. After the triumph of Venice, can we dream of an Oscar? Kayije Kagame – Copyright SRAB FILMS ARTE FRANCE CINEMA 2022 In 2013, Fabienne Kabou abandoned her little girl to … Read more

Dungeon Monsters, volume 16 – Somewhere Else: a good lawyer is a dead lawyer… – Benzine Magazine

Dungeon Monsters volume 16 Somewhere Else a good lawyer

Somewhere Else is certainly the most original Dungeon tome… of all? But is it really a good thing? Because if we have a lot of fun in front of this story of lawyers and the living dead, are we really still in the Dungeon? © 2022 Delcourt You were wondering what could be the origin … Read more

Kasabian – The Alchemist’s Euphoria: a lesson in resilience and rebirth – Benzine Magazine

Kasabian – The Alchemists Euphoria a lesson in resilience and

We did not give much of the skin of our dear Kasabians after the dismissal of Tim Meighan. We were wrong: Serge Pizzorno is back with another magnificent record, which knows how to evolve towards greater depth without losing the essence of the band. Photo: Neil Bradford One of the things that struck us the … Read more

Honoris III: Tribute to Bauhaus: vampires under the light – Benzine Magazine

Honoris III Tribute to Bauhaus vampires under the light

Sixteen groups pay homage to the British goth-glam band BAUHAUS, which had its moment of glory during the 80’s. The compilation Honoris III reflects their influence on a whole section of the current music scene. Photo by Fin Costello/Redferns In August 1979, Bauhaus records his first 45 rpm, the famous Bela Lugosi’s Dead. VSe tube … Read more