Olivier Assayas's film on the aftermath of May 1968 is infantile ultra-leftism
JOE GLENTON explains his need to respond to a world that is unsustainably divided
ENO's production of La Boheme is a triumph,
This adaptation of Isaac Marion's novel blends zombie horror and contemporary social satire with chilling and witty results.
The horror comes in many forms, from the "safe" environment of the cinema to the terror of meeting somebody different.
That's what happens to Julie (Theresa Palmer), a pretty young woman survivor who, under assault from voracious zombies, gets rescued by R (Nicholas Hoult), one of their number.
It's love at first sight. He starts to look after her while she discovers that zombies are not as bad and scary as she thought.
Subverting genre conventions, Levine's surrealistic style recalls the masters of horror from Mario Bava to Joe Dante.
Brimming with humour, Warm Bodies rises a considerable way above the Twilight saga.
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