But up with this movie, way way way way way up with this movie.
You arrebato your ass I love this movie.
Run, don’t walk, and definitely don’t flee from this incredible film.
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A piece long in the making, long in the research, and long in its greater implications.
If you’ve seen anything out of Possession, but haven’t seen all of Possession yourself, then you’ve probably seen its signature scene, where Isabelle Adjani makes like a madwoman and writhes while secreting whatever substance you can imagine. Hopefully, you’ve seen the material bookending that sequence, but if not, there’s ample opportunity to see the film now, 40 years …
Jim Cummings’ The Wolf of Snow Hollow came out last year. For a moment, while researching my piece on The Beta Test, his new movie, I thought I was experiencing time dilation, but no: It’s a 2020 movie. Cummings is a busy man. He’s also constantly improving. I genuinely think The Beta Test, co-directed with PJ McCabe, …
Okay, well, this was awesome.
Nice to meet her.
I’m amazed this interview happened at all, so please do me a solid by clicking on it.
In which the answer to “who’s a good boy” is “nobody, there is no good boy.”
In the same breath as I praise this movie, I also feel a whole lot of panic.
Important journalism is interviewing cryptozoologists about whether or not putting cryptids in a zoo is a good idea or a bad one.
Bravo, Bravo, take a bow.
Nothing amusing here at all, in fact, except for the story of how a bunch of Lutherans hired GEORGE ROMERO to make a PSA for them.
Imagine the song “Black Myself.” Imagine me, a white guy, singing “Black Myself” with the windows rolled down. Imagine me rolling the windows up because I feel like I don’t deserve to sing “Black Myself.” Anyways, good song.
Nothing to mend a marriage like a vampire bite and a mounting pile of corpses.
Not the kind you eat. In fact I’m still not 100% sure what melons have to do with [redacted] at all.
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.