The suppression of THE INTERVIEW is yet another consequence of what occurs when we allow our fear to dictate our conduct. Continue reading Fear Wins: The Sony Hack, a Culture of Bad Behavior and the Shame of Trepidation
Moviocrity: the Series returns for the first time in months to close out Season 2! And this one’s all about that holiday classic, SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT! Continue reading Naughty and Nice – New Movicrity Episode Looks At SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT
These dozen films all went into the stars, just like Christopher Nolan’s INTERSTELLAR, and all of them touched upon some of the same themes. Continue reading 12 Films That Probably Inspired INTERSTELLAR
It’s the kind of story that artists and film critics hate reading. A principal and a guidance school counselor have been suspended for their alleged role in making independent horror films. It brings up a lot of questions. Naturally, there … Continue reading Horror People Are In Your Neighborhood…. And That’s a Good Thing
Have you noticed that the people you used to depend on can’t be depended on anymore? I’m not talking about people who have made a few bad films, I’m talking about something much more serious. In this episode of Moviocrity, … Continue reading MOVIOCRITY: Episode 5 – Have These People Stopped Trying?
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
People are always looking for the next thing. As the elder Masters of Horror have already advanced to legendary status (and yet still can’t seem to get their films in production), the focus recently shifted to the next generation. To this end, Herner Klenthur of the website Horror-Movies.ca solicited suggestions on Facebook, asking what should make up a list of the new Masters of Horror. The writer took suggestions and published the results. The list was a mix of established named (Eli Roth, Rob Zombie), rising stars (Ti West, Adam Green, Pascal Laugier) and some controversial choices (Steven Miller). But no controversy was as … Continue reading Review – AMERICAN MARY (2013)