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.
You think you recognize this deal with the devil, but there’s another element at play
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
It’s the equivalent of being pushed into the ocean without warning, and you’re forced to decide if you’re sinking or swimming—I swam.
“Lucio Fulci’s The Devil’s Honey is lyrical meditation on violence, trauma, recovery and revenge through an S&M lens.”
“Scenes of vaudevillian grotesquery abound in Trash Humpers.”
Halloween became a thing I wanted to nail in Kindergarten.
“It seems that Marvel Studios learned fast to pay it forward.”
“Joining a small group of one take films, ‘Victoria’ is the latest movie to throw its hat in the ring from German director Sebastian Schipper. Does it stand up?”
“…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.”
“David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) is a middle-of-the-road author and journalist for Rolling Stone who undergoes the task of doing a feature on Infinite Jest author David Foster Wallace (Jason Segel) at the height of his popularity. Based on Lipsky’s book Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself, which detailed the five day encounter and was described as “…a road picture, a love story, a contest” by Maria Bustillos of The Awl, the film fails to capture that essence and, in effect, loses its footing.”