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Monthly Archives: May 2014
The Sacrament opens with a reality TV show correspondent speaking with a young photographer whose sister has had drug problems in the past which lead her to join a sober living community in rural Mississippi. She writes him, asking him to … Continue reading
I saw Only Lovers Left Alive a week ago, but I am still trying to find the words to describe what I thought about it. On the way home, I looked to my friend and said, “Watching Jim Jarmusch’s films … Continue reading
Severance I recently listened to an old episode of the podcast The Movie Crypt with Green & Lynch where they interviewed Andy Nyman. One of the movies in which he had previously appeared was a movie I had watched in years past called … Continue reading
The Baby’s Room I have been wanting to share this movie with others since seeing last year. The Baby’s Room was released under the 6 Films to Keep You Awake from Lion’s Gate. I found it creepy and just a … Continue reading
Copied from dontreadthelatin.com Well, yesterday saw us off to a good start, when your host Jennifer Lovely posted a link to our preview episode on Tumblr, and it got re-blogged a surprising number of times – largely thanks to Jillian Venters. Thanks, Auntie Jilli! … Continue reading
Not all mothers are cuddly and awesome, some muthas scare the crap out of you. Ordinary People Mary Tyler Moore as Beth Black Swan Barbara Hershey as Erica Sayers The Others Nicole Kidman as Grace Stewart Mommy Dearest Faye Dunaway … Continue reading
Sightseers After hearing about Sightseers, I finally got the chance to see it a couple of months ago. I was immediately and completely charmed by both of the main characters. They are amazingly charismatic, especially Chris (played by Steve Oram). The … Continue reading
Bill Paxton’s directorial debut is full of plot twists, fantastic acting, and an end that leaves you guessing. Give this underrated movie a chance, it is fantastic in every way.
Spiral was co-directed by Joel David Moore and Adam Green. Before I talk specifically about Spiral, I really want to talk about the co-director Adam Green. He is the creator and director of Hatchet and (not Disney’s) Frozen (2010), creator and writer of Holliston (which is a sitcom about and … Continue reading