I enjoyed John Logan’s Penny Dreadful, which ran on Showtime from 2014-2016, which is why I’m confused by the trailer for Penny Dreadful: City Of Angels. As far as I can tell it not only has nothing at all to do with the terrain covered by the original series, but none of the actors makes […]
Alessio Ligouri’s In The Trap–a movie about a proofreader trapped in his apartment by an entity he believes to be Satan–is remarkably relevant considering millions of Americans are avoiding crowds and self-isolating because of the threat of #coronovirus to us and our loved ones. Which is an interesting observation to make because my video turned […]
I like this trailer. David Marmor’s 1Br reminds me vaguely of Michael Winner’s The Sentinel, a movie that not only stars a young Christopher Walken, but is a horror movie that I hold near and dear to my heart. The movie revolves around a woman who seems to be living alone for the first time […]
Tyler Cornack’s Butt Boy isn’t what you likely think it is based upon the title. It’s a lot weirder than that.
Horror movies often get a bad rap because like anything else the more sensational examples of the genre (Friday the 13th, Halloween, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) suck up all the oxygen, leading people to believe that if they’re not into copious amounts of gore, violence and/nudity there’s no place for them. And sure there’re a […]
The trailer for Altered Carbon: Resleeved dropped yesterday–continuing the adventures of Takeshi Kovacs–and it looked pretty good though if I were to have a criticism it would have to be the animation. It’s almost what I’d call an in-house style at Netflix–most of their anime is done in this fashion–and it’s great as far as […]
The trailer dropped for Disney’s Jungle Cruise earlier today and like most movies based on theme park rides I could care less (I’m serious. I don’t think I’ve even sat though any of The Pirates Of The Caribbean movies in their entirety). That is, till I saw the cast. Emily Blunt, Dwayne Johnson, Paul Giamatti, […]