Occasional academic, harried parent and sleepless zombie, Anton Bitel gets his film thrills from horror, the Asian New (and Old) Wave, 'arthouse', and anything miserable, odd or just plain unpleasant - even if he spends considerable time worrying that cinema may never again meet the high standards set by David Lynch's Eraserhead (1977).
Anton has also written for Sight & Sound, Film4, Little White Lies, Film International, Total Film, MusicOMH, Movie Gazette and Daily Information. He is a member of the Online Film Critics Society.
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A woman's mind plays tricks on her.
A young man seeks wildness in the woods.
Three people plot an act of eco-terrorism.
A tabloid journalist tries to the cause of a life-threatening epidemic in New York
A man writes a suicide note.
A woman confronts a burglar.
A reclusive computer genius, plagued with existential angst, works on a mysterious project aimed at discovering the meaning of life.
A college professor finds himself plagued by spectral visions.
Roughly based on the Oscar Wilde parable, this is a tale of jealousy between two boys vying for the favour of a scrap merchant.
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