Hirotaka Adachi digs in the J-horror claws with the help of modern folklore’s terrifying power
A man tries desperately, and dangerously, to get in contact with a social media kingpin.
Ms. Greenberg has a bit of trouble in the science lab. Jen and Connor’s tortured past is revealed.
Angel has trouble in his relationship with Joe, as we see his previous relationship with Kit, too.
John Cho will leave you breathless in this intense, claustrophobic postmodern thriller.
FOLLOWERS has things to say.
But does it manage to say them well enough?
Netflix’s Black Mirror Season 3, Episode 1: “Nosedive” Directed by Joe Wright Written by Rashida Jones & Michael Schur * For a review of Episode 2, “Playtest” – click here “Nosedive” opens on an idyllic neighbourhood. Lacie Pound (Bryce Dallas Howard) goes for a run, though she can’t stop looking at her phone at all.Continue reading “Black Mirror – Season 3, Episode 1: “Nosedive””
Leslie Jones and I had beef. Now it’s squashed.
UPDATE: I received a wonderful message via Twitter from Leslie Jones. After you’ve read this post, please go see the follow-up. I’d like to take a time out from my regular format. Usually it’s film, film, film reviews. But something happened this evening on Twitter, it really pissed me off. To no end. Now, IContinue reading “Let’s talk of Twitter, the Ghostbusters & Famous Assholes”