WELCOME TO DOUBLE TAKE, OUR COLLABORATIVE WRITING SERIES FROM THE ON THE CLOCK TEAM, IN WHICH TWO OR MORE MEMBERS OF OUR WRITING COMMITTEE REVIEW THE SAME FILM, EITHER WITH A SIMILAR OR DIFFERENT OPINION. TODAY’S ARTICLE IS ON THE NEW TRAIN TO BUSAN FLICK ‘PENINSULA’, WHICH IS CURRENTLY PLAYING IN SELECT NORTH AMERICAN CINEMAS. For all […]Read More TRAIN TO BUSAN PRESENTS: PENINSULA – DOUBLE TAKE
Leading the way for cinema so phallic it’s surprising to not see the organ onscreen, Bare is certainly an acquired taste. Avoiding both eroticism and a juvenile reaction to the male body in its raw form, Aleksandr Vinogradov’s exuberant filming of male nude dancers is an attempt to free the male form, as well as […]Read More BARE – HOT DOCS ONLINE 2020 REVIEW
Especially for 90’s kids, one of the hallmark trademarks of adolescence was coming home from school and binge watching Nickelodeon and their plethora of sitcoms. It wasn’t until 1996, where Nickelodeon decided to expand their properties onto the silver screen with their debut feature Harriet the Spy. This resulted in a slew of successes, including […]Read More THE SPONGEBOB MOVIE: SPONGE ON THE RUN – REVIEW
Around a year or two ago, I was officially diagnosed as an official person on the spectrum. I never really thought much of my diagnosis, with the exception of my panic attacks and moments of sensory overload. I never felt the need to tell anybody about my mental health condition, since I never found it […]Read More THE REASON I JUMP – HOT DOCS ONLINE 2020 REVIEW
Before we begin, On The Clock fully supports the Black Lives Matter movement. The fight isn’t over yet, and we encourage our readers to share, listen, and act upon the global issue of systemic racism and police brutality. To find petition links, organizations to donate, or even other alternative sources, please click here. Thank you […]Read More QUARANTINE RECOMMENDATIONS – WEEK ????