Lazarus. Punk rock. Doing the Time Warp. Guns N’ Roses. Death. Who could ask for more?
Ever wonder why the system doesn’t work so well? Because it was never designed to— not for everybody.
Chelsea Stardust uses Satanic horror as a vessel for capitalist satire in her latest film
Wayne and Roland were investigating the Purcell case in the ’80s, while too many mysteries were popping up.
MANDY is a gorgeous, mad hellscape of ’80s terror, revenge, astrology, and more.
Dante’s film, for all its laughs, is an important satire about suburban living in America during the 1980s.
Freeform’s Dead of Summer Season 1, Episode 2: “Barney Rubble Eyes” Directed by Ron Underwood Written by Ian Goldberg * For a review of the first episode, “Patience” – click here * For a review of the next episode, “Mix Tape” – click here After a decently exciting first episode, Dead of Summer‘s second episode cleverlyContinue reading “Dead of Summer – Season 1, Episode 2: “Barney Rubble Eyes””
The House of the Devil. 2009. Directed & Written by Ti West. Starring Jocelin Donahue, Tom Noonan, Mary Woronov, Greta Gerwig, AJ Bowen, Dee Wallace, Heather Robb, Darryl Nau, Brenda Cooney, Danielle Noe, Mary B. McCann, John Speredakos, Lena Dunham, and Graham Reznick. MPI Media Group/Constructovision/RingtheJing Entertainment/Glass Eye Pix. Rated R. 95 minutes. Horror ★★★★★Continue reading “Ti West’s The House of the Devil: A Slow Burn Satanic Panic Period Piece”