The best movies, the best albums, the best horror, and the best catty side-swipes at whatever’s annoying me at the time of this writing. Happy New Year!
Abolish the death penalty.
Out with the old, in with the new, but first you’d better watch these ten movies and maybe scare the daylights out of yourself.
In the words of Roast Beef Kazenzakis: “Because I got depression.” At least, I think he said that.
It’s never too late to take a minute and jot down some thoughts about one of 2019’s best country records, y’know.
One of the best horror movies all time. One of the best horror movies of 2019. One attempt at tying them both together.
Good morning everyone! Let’s get popular on the Internet.
There are only so many ways that I, personally, can imagine screwing this movie up, and Jay Roach screws it up in all those ways plus others.
If there is a dad joke, and I can get away with making the dad joke, I will always, always, always make the dad joke, even dad jokes about Free Nationals albums.
“It’s tough being the one guy with an unflattering take on the movie everyone loves,” said the one guy with an unflattering take on the movie everyone loves, finding the strength to move on against all odds.
Warning: Lots of gardening and botany puns ahead.
Or IS he? He isn’t. But he IS! Or is he? Buokay, okay, fine, I’ll stop, because whether Daniel is real or not (he is), this movie is very, very real.
Nothing like a challenge to make me wake up in the morning, even a challenge that I’m poorly equipped to tackle!
In November’s Criterion round-up: There’s a cold war being fought, Betty Blue and Eve make the voyage all about themselves.
If you put a set of explosives in the water and a massive tidal wave formed, you would get…a really bad joke. Also, this album kicks ass.
There’s nothing more that Andy likes in this world than getting in the last word, except for Martin Scorsese movies. He likes those way more. But why not both!