Alice Lenay’s documentary digs into posthumanist philosophy about human connections to and relationships with technology.
A fantastic documentary exploring the initial negative reception of A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 and its ultimate effects on Mark Patton as a gay man.
It is Halloween, baby, and these supermonster queens are READY!
Don’t even TRY it, punk! David Arquette lives on.
The group encounter Ginny again. This time, things get much worse.
We’re not only getting a movie this year, we’re getting a documentary about SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK, too.
Heidi Yewman’s gun violence documentary will devastate you— it also educates and illuminates, too.
50+ of Father Gore’s favourite films directed by women, from the 1930s to current day.
As far as found footage goes, GHOSTWATCH sits up high, reigning supreme.
FX’s American Horror Story Season 6, Episode 2: “Chapter 2” Directed by Michael Goi Written by Tim Minear * For a review of Chapter 1, click here. * For a review of Chapter 3, click here. Last we left Matt and Shelby Miller (Cuba Gooding Jr. & Sarah Paulson in the “dramatic re–enactment“; André Holland & LilyContinue reading “American Horror Story – My Roanoke Nightmare: “Chapter 2””
The Devil and Daniel Johnston. 2005. Directed & Written by Jeff Feuerzeig. Starring Daniel Johnston, Laurie Allen, Brian Beattie, Louis Black, David Fair, Jad Fair, Don Goede, Matt Groening, Gibby Haynes, Sally Johnston Reid, Bill Johnston, Dick Johnston, Mabel Johnston, Margie Johnston, and Ken Lieck. Complex Corporation/This Is That Productions. Rated PG-13. 110 minutes. Documentary/Biography/MusicContinue reading “The Devil and Daniel Johnston Highlights the Line Between Genius & Madness”
The Seven Five. 2014. Directed by Tiller Russell. Starring (as themselves) Michael Dowd, Ken Eurell, Walter Yurkiw, Chickie, Dori Eurell. ★★★★★ To start this review, I wanted to give a bit of personal insight into my view on police. Firstly, I have two family members, close cousins, who are both officers here in St. John’s,Continue reading “The Seven Five is a Microcosm of America’s Police Problem”