Ridley Scott’s continuation of the Alien franchise explores the act of creation, drawing major parallels to John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost.
I’ll just get started on the apocalypse.
A fantastic slice of the late ’80s, like a dark fairy tale set in the South, the horrific stuff of folklore.
One of the strangest films of the ’70s, and of Larry Cohen’s, GOD TOLD ME TO strikes at belief, faith, & Christianity.
Elliot fights back with medication. Angela gets to know Price better. A murder rocks the fsociety.
Hoover and the Grail set the Saint of Killers back on the hunt for Jesse.
Herr Starr meets Tulip and Cassidy.
Nathalie and Father Romanov have a trial by ordeal.
In the psych ward, Kevin and the group run into an orderly who seems a bit off.
On the road, Jesse, Cassidy, and Tulip start their search for God. With the Saint of Killers nipping at their heels.
Things become tense at the mall when a set of rules is established. At the church, Natalie misses her husband deeply.
FOX’s The Exorcist Season 1, Chapter Two: “Lupus in Fabula” Directed by Michael Nankin Written by Heather Bellson * For a review of Chapter One: “And Let My Cry Come Unto Thee” – click here * For a review of Chapter Three: “Let ‘Em In” – click here Young boys in a dark room areContinue reading “The Exorcist – Season 1, Chapter Two: “Lupus in Fabula””
AMC’s Preacher Season 1, Episode 4: “Monster Swamp” Directed by Craig Zisk Written by Sara Goodman * For a review of the previous episode, “The Possibilities” – click here * For a review of the next episode “South Will Rise Again” – click here We open on a young woman running from something or someoneContinue reading “Preacher – Season 1, Episode 4: “Monster Swamp””
The Witch. 2015. Directed & Written by Robert Eggers. Starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson, Kate Dickie, Harvey Scrimshaw, Ellie Grainger, Lucas Dawson, Bathsheba Garnett, Sarah Stephens, Julian Richings, & Wahab Chaudhry. Parts and Labor/RT Features/Rooks Nest Entertainment/Code Red Productions/Scythia Films/Maiden Voyage Pictures/Mott Street Pictures/Pulse Films/Special Projects. Rated 14A. 93 minutes. Horror/Mystery ★★★★★ People will tellContinue reading “The Witch: Religious Madness and Persecution in Early America”