Almost a whole month into 2020, and things are still the worst, but the 2010s
While eagerly waiting for the wide release of Chad Crawford Kinkle’s new film, Dementer, Michael revisits his first film, Jug Face (2013).
The 2010s delivers a great many thoughtful and complex films that have taken the genre to a high place. Here are some of Michael’s top choices.
Five Characters in Search of an Exit takes the idea of existentialism, the philosophy of knowing who you are, and being able to cast your acts of will, into a troubling experience for five characters.
Ravenous is the perfect kind of movie to watch in the winter. Hell, you can even put on a stew and have a friend over for dinner.
Justin and Insha have a pretty dope talk about Black Christmas. They talk the three films, why the ladies are so dope and why it matters in general!
Incident in a Ghostland continues beyond where Martyrs ended. Incident in a Ghostland reinterprets horror movie tropes, defying their conventional usages.
Justin gives us a personal essay about what Battle Royale means to him.
Summer! For many, it’s primarily the season for crowd-pleasing entertainment at the theater. Here are eight campy films you should definitely track down.
It’s been 10 years since A Perfect Getaway was released. I think it’s safe to say that it will remain a hidden gem.