Dale Barham

Dale Barham

A self-proclaimed 'cinephile' who spends too much time obsessing over an out-of-control film collection, I am a lover of all things imaginative.

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    Dale Barham

    Brilliant article on one of my favourite films. Great job!

    Exploring Trends of 1990s Cinema Through the Lens of Forrest Gump
    Dale Barham

    Not so much ragging, it was just a very different episode to the ones that surrounded it. Don’t get me wrong, I really enjoyed the episode and Rian Johnson’s work.

    True Detective: A Game Changer and the Benefit of Good Writing
    Dale Barham

    Agree with all of these … in any order! haha!

    Thanks for reading!

    True Detective: A Game Changer and the Benefit of Good Writing
    Dale Barham

    Thanks Justin. I have pretty much the same theory as you but I didn’t click onto the young prostitute idea you mentioned, I think it’d make sense – but I think the writing is stronger than to let us guess before the halfway mark.

    True Detective: A Game Changer and the Benefit of Good Writing
    Dale Barham

    I have quite an invested interest in philosophy so I do find his ramblings endearing. The quote I included here is one of my favourite’s of his. I also liked that one about ‘the promise of an after-life’ or something along those lines from the last episode.

    Thanks for reading!

    True Detective: A Game Changer and the Benefit of Good Writing
    Dale Barham

    I have seen comparisons with Sherlock Holmes and Cohle floating around the internet lately …

    But I completely agree, the show sticks to its guns and keeps at its own pace, which is promising for the rest of the season.

    True Detective: A Game Changer and the Benefit of Good Writing
    Dale Barham

    I’ve noticed this as well. I think he was either preparing for Dallas Buyers Club or just done filming and struggling to get his weight back up. Either way it suits the character and adds an extra layer to his performance.

    Thanks for reading!

    True Detective: A Game Changer and the Benefit of Good Writing
    Dale Barham

    I feel, it gets to the point where you are so interested in Cohle and Hart, that you want to hear more about them and sometimes forget there’s a killer on the loose!

    True Detective: A Game Changer and the Benefit of Good Writing