The Film Jerks take a look at Ana Lily Amirpour’s strange vampire film, A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT. Continue reading The Film Jerks Find a Better World in A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT
The Spoiler Room discusses the controversial indie horror film, IT FOLLOWS. Continue reading IT FOLLOWS: A Debate Over One of the Year’s Most Enigmatic and Controversial Films
The Spoiler Room celebrates 25th anniversaries of TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES and SPACED INVADERS. Plus, an interview with INVADERS director Patrick Read Johnson! Continue reading Celebrating 25 Years of Turtle Power and Martian Invasions! Plus, an Interview with Patrick Read Johnson!
Ordinary people are thrust into extraordinary circumstances as we look at the 1980 films COAL MINER’S DAUGHTER, THE BLACK MARBLE and THE LADY VANISHES. Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80s: A Life Less Ordinary
GLORY OF THE 80s looks at John Carpenter’s THE FOG, the Chuck Norris actioner A FORCE OF ONE and the British OMEN knockoff THE GODSEND. Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80s: Something In the Fog
DEAD KANSAS breathes new life into the zombie subgenre and helps revive a form of entertainment long forgotten. Continue reading DEAD KANSAS, or: The Unlikely Return of the Serial
Take me down to Jurassic City, where the dinos are green and the girls are pretty. Continue reading JURASSIC CITY, or: Assault On Precinct 13 Million Years B.C.
A special sneak peek at a new series that will look at the films of the 1980s, right from the beginning. In this installment, we have a sex comedy, an indie action smash and a genuine cult classic. Continue reading SCOTT’S FILM GEEK JOURNAL: A Look At the Shape of Things to Come
I hate beating up on people. Having said that, here are the worst films of 2014. Continue reading Good Riddance! The Worst Films of 2014
Can the Soska Sisters save a franchise that was bungled from the outset? We take a look at both Gregory Dark’s SEE NO EVIL and the Soskas’ new SEE NO EVIL 2. Continue reading SEE NO EVIL 1 and 2, or: The Importance of Respecting Your Audience