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Category Archives: review
I watched a documentary last night called Tell Them Anything You Want: A Portrait of Maurice Sendak. And it both made me both sad and, more importantly, determined. One of the saddest things that I have witnessed is seeing people … Continue reading
It Follows is what I want my horror to be. It is gorgeously shot. It contained homages to the genre and past time periods, while still feeling original and new. While it is a line of recent horror films using … Continue reading
Rob G from Icons of Fright and Killer POV has been talking about 1995’s Habit since I started listening to the Killer POV podcast. I really wanted to watch it, but it was a little hard to find. It’s not … Continue reading
No one who listens to me here should have any misconception that I am any type of professional critic. What I am is a gibbering fan with a platform. I am the safe version of a zealot, with movies for … Continue reading
The Den Sometimes you have to take Netflix recommendations with a grain of salt. There is many a movie that I have avoided which came with their stamp of approval. But sometimes there are movies like Behind the Mask: The … Continue reading
The BabadookI had heard about The Babadook last year via Killer POV and the ringing endorsement from Elric Kane. I have been eagerly awaiting an opportunity to see it. Thankfully it was a part of this year’s Seattle International Film … Continue reading
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
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
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