Marta Djordjevic is a writer based out of Vancouver BC, with a passion for all things retro and fabulous
Little White Lies was established in 2005 as a bi-monthly print magazine committed to championing great movies and the talented people who make them. Combining cutting-edge design, illustration and journalism, we've been described as being "at the vanguard of the independent publishing movement."
The third print edition of Gusher Magazine. Gusher is an independent print magazine about rock music, written entirely by women and non-binary people. WHAT'S IN ISSUE #3?
Vancouver based freelance writer Marta Djordjevic writes about the timeless legacy of the film Heathers, and why the 1989 cult teen film is now more relevant than ever before. When Michael Lehmann's brazen teen comedy Heathers came out in 1989, audiences simply weren't ready for its hyper-stylised depiction of teenagers with over-the-top antics that seemed ludicrous in every sense of the word.
It's true- nobody does romance better than those on the big screen. Fans' affinity towards grand romantic gestures never ceases to stop, and everyone adores turning to Hollywood for those perfectly over-the-top scenes that are sure to give singletons everywhere completely unrealistic expectations about love. Does it matter that they're sometimes completely non-logical?
The Love Witch is a film that's been on my radar for a couple years now, and I'm so thrilled I finally sat down to watch it. Shot and projected on 35mm film, with rich and lush colours, The Love Witch pays homage to the 60s and 70s exploitation films, and Italian Gaillo.
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