An hour and a half of balls-out absurd — and slightly kinky — fun.
Bleak and oppressive in a way that only the post-hippy, head-trippy 70s could envision
Everyone who entered and was brave enough to make a film in 48 hours deserves a review.
Lots of times, evil is completely devoid of meaning, is stupid.
These movies are unique, horrifying, and dare to scare like so few do
The Last Broadcast and The Blair Witch Project stand together as DIY visions of a better way for Americans to make horror films
“The Disaster Artist shows us what it means to create, expose ourselves, and the risks of showing something at the world and have it look back.”
Lit couple and editors of CLASH, Christoph Paul & Leza Cantoral, debate on what are the top 3 witch movies of the decade.
it balances the tough terrain of a horror comedy. It works because it is more a horror film than comedy, but has enough heart and more than enough laughs.
“Even today, the original has lost none of its potency.”
So I went to see The Circle even though it had a 17% Rotten Tomato…
“If you expend so much effort into being what other people desire it’ll leave you feeling empty.”
“I just hope you like the color red.”
“This movie is like CALVAIRE, but funnier. It’s completely absurd and surreal.”
“Sometimes I use movies as a gauge whether or not it’s going to work out between me and a romantic partner.”
“There is only one way to get rid of temptation and that is to yield to it. Resist it, the soul grows sick with longing for the things it has forbidden to itself.”
“Fight Club is a story of a man’s journey to finally being able to commit to a woman”
“So the best movie of the summer and maybe the best horror film of the year is about white kids in Detroit robbing a blind guy.”
“Batman: The Killing Joke (directed by Sam Liu) is a film that, on paper, should have been dazzling and yet has found itself with a lack of support among fans and general audiences alike.”
“…this is a film that forces you to really take on the point of view of our main character and travel with her through this world of drug cartels.”
“So does this film compare to what it seemed to try to be a companion piece to? No, not really. But on that same note, I feel I should also say I don’t feel Cannibal Holocaust is a good film either. It’s shocking and disturbing absolutely, but once you get past that what is there? Not much. But this isn’t a review of Cannibal, it’s a review of The Green Inferno. A film that had good ideas in it, but much like the small Timothy Green, it just couldn’t grow to it’s full potential, and that in my opinion hurts worse than it simply being a bad movie.”