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High-tech glass inspection 24 March 2022 Science For the April/May issue of Imaging & Machine Vision Europe magazine, an article about high-tech optical inspection methods for glass, which was The Matrix Resurrections 5 February 2022 Films Many a perfectly tolerable film is left in the wake of The Discourse bobbing like an used Pot Noodle container in a canal, but seeing Lana Wachowski Sundance Film Festival 2022 29 January 2022 Films round up: For Sight & Sound reviews of: 892 a serious drama with John Boyega taking hostages When You Finish Saving Comics of the year 2021 3 January 2022 Art Farewell, Brindavoine: early Jacques Tardi from 1972 but peering at it looking for unrefined skill is wasted effort. A fully formed cartoonist is at Films of the year 2021 3 December 2021 Films My votes in the year’s Sight & Sound best films poll were for: Quo Vadis Aida (discussed in part here and reviewed here Army of the Dead (discussed Foundation Year, Dune 5 November 2021 Films In the December Sight & Sound magazine some words about Foundation Year, a micro-budget college romance willed into existence by the enthusiasm of No Time to Die 7 October 2021 Films Casino Royale is a great film apart from that interminable stuff at an airport while you’re waiting for Eva Green to show up, although I’m not sure Mandibles, Mad God 23 August 2021 Films Two from the Edinburgh International Film Festival at Critic’s Notebook: Mandibles is the deadpan one with the big giant fly and Adèle Exarchopolus Judging Dredd 18 August 2021 Art At The Comics Journal a review of a new book of critical essays on the subject of Judge Dredd, which can’t really be tackled without a pop at the Security 2 August 2021 Films For the September issue of Sight and Sound magazine a review of Security, an Italian film set in Tuscany directed by an Englishman adapted from a Next page