Good, patiently executed scares are a gift from the movie gods, and so’re opportunities to hash it out with the people responsible for putting those scares together.
Two French masters, a Montanan master, and an Austrian master all walk into the Criterion Collection and that’s it, that’s the joke.
Here’re a few stray f**kin’ thoughts about that “Deadwood” movie those c**ksuckers at HBO finally f**kin’ put out for all of us regular b*stards to watch last month.
Knock down that house and let the sunshine in! But mind the souvenirs! And don’t sing if someone else is singing!
*insert Godzilla roar noise*
Man, if you think killing John Wick’s dog is a bad move, wait ’til you try killing him and also killing everyone he knows and also taking away his safe harbor.
One easily distracted ADD person + one other easily distracted ADD person = a very good conversation about the endless intersections between the act of creation.
Andy absolutely will not shut up about how bad “Hereditary” is until you agree that “Hereditary” is bad.
What’s a Zhang Yimou movie without lots of color? Well…it’s “Shadow.”
Hail Satan, not “Hail Satan?”
I think its strange, he’s friends with Fu Manchu
And he thinks he knows you
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Oh Daniel San made in Taiwan Come on Jackie Chan
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Beer is wonderful, except when it’s wasteful. But breweries know what’s up, and they have known what’s up since ages ago! So don’t worry, be happy, drink beer.
Andy likes an Alex Ross Perry movie, and it’s all thanks to Independent Film Festival Boston! (Well: Also, it’s thanks to Alex Ross Perry.)
In which we take a trip to the unicorn store before hiking up a rock to live the high life and also there’s a dead body.
Not the Kiernan Shipka version of “hail Satan!”, but a kinder, gentler, more politically conscious version.
Andy becomes an authority on race car driving in the blink of an eye just by talking to Hurley Haywood and Patrick Dempsey. (Note: Andy is not by any means an authority on race car driving.)
One of the best oddball indies of 2019 to date, and one of the most daring, if not THE most daring, documentary of 2019 to date. Dig in.
This is “Us,” or: This is my piece on “Us.” This my piece on what happens when “Us” is given a second viewing and how the insanity and meaning packed into its ending fundamentally changes the experience of the film.