Let me tell you about a guy named Justin Gott. First: He’s the host of a really fun podcast called The Rambling Ramblers. Here’s the pitch: Justin and his co-host, Pete Conway, pick a movie. It’s a movie Justin has not seen, but Pete has. Justin then sees the movie. They talk about the movie. …
Turns out that a bunch of actors did a lot of good acting in 2020, imagine that.
Well, sure, it’s 2021, but you can still be scared of 2020. You probably should be, too!
For 20 movies that sure do have purdy pictures, click here.
Look, you all saw this coming. It’s like Criterion made this set just for me.
Weird, it almost feels like we’re reliving the same day over and over again as I talk about this movie over and over again.
He wouldn’t say that “Shriek of the Mutilated” is beautiful, per se, but he loves it anyway.
A history lesson plus a road map for revitalizing the USPS for the short and long term.
In case you’re looking for somethin’ spooky to watch during this, even though it’s no longer the most spookiest time of the year: Here are 15 somethin’s!
A sterling example of getting what you pay for: A movie about possession that’s also named after possession.
In full glory with only four films, which says a lot about how freaky the movies are.
Hearts Town, like the Shire, sounds like a truly great realm. If only I could live there.
Just in case you were feeling comfortable with the state of the USPS again, you shouldn’t.
My relationship with the work of Agnès Varda began in 2017. Strictly speaking it began in college, when I first saw Vagabond, but when Faces Places opened in 2017, I firmly and immediately put the film on my best-of list for the year and began exploring her films beyond these two, culminating in some words on One Sings, …
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?