The Method. Ever since Brando tore onto the screen in the 1950s, many self-described serious actors have sworn by it. Devotees of the Method absorb themselves entirely in a part, on and off the set. To most of us, it … Continue reading CURTAINS (31 Days of Horror)
SHALLOW GROUND is a film that seemingly has everything going for it, except its execution. And while I had hoped creating a few days’ distance between my viewing of the film and my writing about it would mellow my opinion, … Continue reading SHALLOW GROUND (31 Days of Horror)
Consider me a convert to the cult of Victor Crowley and a proud supporter of the Hatchet Army. About six years ago, Adam Green’s HATCHET was released. It may have just been a passing curiosity to mainstream filmgoers. But to a die-hard horror fan like myself, it peaked my interest. This was a time when most of the horror films being released to theaters were severely lacking in creativity (not that we’re necessarily in a golden age now). And HATCHET’s poster stated bluntly, “It’s not a remake. It’s not a sequel. And it’s not based on a Japanese one.” … Continue reading Review – The HATCHET Trilogy
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