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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

You were never really Here – Movie Review

With Lynne Ramsay directing, Joaquin Phoenix starring & Johnny Greenwood providing the score, You were never really here was always going to find a...

Tonight at Bem Mozi: Psycho (1960)

Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho created a whole new genre of movie. Namely the slasher flick.This film marked a departure of sorts for Hitch as he...

The Shape of Water — Movie Review

Guillmero del Toro’s sumptuous oscar nominated fairy tale for adults The Shape of Water is a truly exceptional piece of work. A beauty and the...

Tonight at Bem Mozi: Goodfellas (1990)

As far back as I could remember I always wanted to be a gangster. With these immortal words we are catapulted head first in to...

The Babadook—Art+ Cinema, Wednesday February 7th

From Budapest Rooftop Cinema the team who made your summers worth living comes BBC (Budapest Boulevard Cinema). The concept of watching some of the best...

I, Tonya—Movie Review

Everyone remembers when Tonya Harding beat the crap out of Nancy Kerrigan’s knee in the run up to the 1994 Lillehammer Olympics. Well maybe...

Serpico (1973)—Bem Mozi, Friday Feb 2nd

Attica! Attica! Attica! Wrong movie? Oh, Ok. It’s easy to get, Serpico (the film I am going to talk about) and Dog Day Afternoon (where the...

Mean Streets—Tonight at Bem Mozi

As long as Bem Mozi keeps screening must see movies, we at Budapest Pulse will keep talking about them. Next up tonight for the...

True Romance—20th January 2018, Bem Mozi

I remember seeing this thrill ride of a film when it was originally released on VHS in 1994. Or was it 1995? Doesn't matter. I...

JFK—17th January 2018, Bem Mozi

  On November 22, 1963 The 35th President of The United States was assassinated in Dallas by a lone nut named Lee Harvey Oswald. Well,...