In an interview with the BBC, black midi’s front man Geordie Greep talks about how they’re a marmite band, loved and hated in equal measure.
"That's never a bad sign," he laughs. "At least that kind of implies passion or whatever. There's nothing worse than something mediocre."
"Even if something's terrible, at least there's something to talk about there."
Take The Cat in the Hat (2003) for example. I’m not here to say that it’s a great film or a…