I had to drive all the way out of town and into another state to bring myself to contribute to this list.
I think Peter Steele said it best when he sang “Everything Dies.”
Of games of death and dragons and fists and big bosses.
Appropriately enough, here I am talking about “Palm Springs” again…and again…and again.
The new wave, but also the old wave, because horror’s told us for years that it’s sometimes better to learn to love the monster.
Unspeakable horror! I mean, I guess we spoke about it, but you get the point, right?
This isn’t about movies, but I do get movies in the mail, so…it’s soooort of about movies?
Judy knocks out all of Punch’s babyteeth while Shirley sits in the corner saying, “never, rarely, sometimes always would I knock a man’s teeth out.”
It isn’t Juneteenth anymore, but that doesn’t mean you can’t or shouldn’t enjoy this movie, and also enjoy this conversation with its author.
A conversation with one of the great, enigmatic American filmmakers? Shirley you jest.
Rooms tend to be pretty big, after all, so making space for other people doesn’t seem all that hard, does it?
We got some fluff, we got some horror, we got some screwball comedy, we got some psychosexual drama…we really got it all!
What? Me, introverted? Yes, and it’s bloody exhausting.
We’re trying something new at The Playlist by writing about things that are old! (And also sort of kinky.)
Andy is writing about food now, which makes so much sense that it’s shocking he hasn’t gotten into that market before now.
Me, you, and everyone we know, including Destry and the Cremator, take a trip to the Grand Budapest Hotel but get caught out by an army of shadows.
Spend your summer indoors watching things that are not produced by Marvel: Spooky things, violent things, horny things, bone-crunching things, and things that are combinations of each of these.
The Bride rejects Frankenstein while a bunch of evil dead take a few wrong turns on a Ouija board. It’s a hell-raising VHS nightmare.
The first honest-to-goodness “about the COVID-19 outbreak” article I’ve written. Sort of. Anyways, have some films by women.
One person’s controversy is another’s mundanity, I’ll grant you that, but there’s nothing mundane about burning down a theater.