Etiquette

This isn’t typically the sort of thing I write about, though as someone who’s been in more that his share of Twitter fights, I find this video fascinating. And that’s because it shows a very mean-spirited behavior in real time, though it also shows the role of etiquette, which I define as the often culturally-determined, […]

Carrie (2013) – Review

“Kimberly Peirce’s Carrie, As Far As Remaks Goes, Isn’t Terribly Necessary, Though It’s Worth Seeing Anyway.” For the longest time I’ve avoided watching Kimberly Peirce‘s remake of Brian DePalma’s Carrie because I just didn’t see the point, especially since from what I had seen from the trailers it wasn’t saying anything that the original didn’t. […]

Daredevil (2015) Ep. 13: Daredevil

Red costume, red costume, red costume.  Did I mention that I REALLY want to see the red costume?  Curse you, DeKnight!  Curse you!  And the worse thing is, I have already partially seen it–Curse you, Internet!  Curse you to Hell!–but I can tell that they don’t do it justice. I thought that I should mention […]

‘Boyhood’ And Hyperbole In The Twitter Age

I just scored some tickets to Richard Linklater‘s Boyhood today.  It’t not the type of movie I typically go for, but then again, I enjoy sneak previews.  I mention it because I was checking out my Twitter feed, and noticed this Tweet from @IFCFilms: And Boyhood may indeed be as good as Rolling Stone says […]