Look, I can’t control what Jason Lei Howden does or says because he’s a raging asshole, don’t hate me for writing about his most recent movie.
You’re locked inside, the movies you want to see aren’t getting VOD releases, and you’ve probably watched the ones that have. Maybe try something way off your radar next!
Hey, I’m just as shocked as you are that they went with my suggested headline, but life’s just full of surprises.
When Will Forte is the bad guy in a horror movie, you know he’s going to play that bad guy to the stupidest hilt possible. And he’ll also be great.
Spoiler alert: Don’t actually come to daddy, he’s going to try to kill you with a meat cleaver. It’s not his fault; he’s very, very drunk, and he’s also Stephen McHattie. (Or IS HE?!)
There’s the Sally Potter we need, the Sally Potter we deserve, and, here, the Sally Potter we’re all very, very puzzled by.
My second piece about “First Cow.” You could call it: “Second ‘First Cow’ Piece.”
The director of one of the best movies of the year was kind enough to talk to me about making a “timely” movie that’s actually timeless.
The start of a new franchise. Better get a ticket now before “Second Cow” and “Third Cow” go into production.
Onward, but not upward, or forward, just mostly backward.
Hey, did you know that a new Dardennes movie just came out less than a month ago? Bet you didn’t. I bet even the Dardennes didn’t!
Andy makes a crediting boo-boo, but it’s okay.
Handsome, clever, rich, and also so unpleasant in such fundamental ways that the person portraying her doesn’t even like her.
If John Carpenter ever sees this movie, he will have to watch it through the tears in his eyes.
So far, when it comes to Joe Begos and the movies that Joe Begos makes, I’m 2 for 4; I like Bliss, I like VFW (though I like it less than Bliss), and I remember liking Almost Human, but it’s been almost a decade so I might need to revisit. I also never saw Mind’s Eye. Sorry Joe! There’s …
Sometimes love finds people too young. Sometimes bad, punny headers find unprepared readers. It happens.
One of the “best films of 2019” is now actually opening in theaters, so really it’s one of the best films of 2020, but really it’s a great movie in any year and you should see it.
Happy Valentine’s Day, go watch a monster movie.
File under “send horror journalists to check out the latest hyped-up thing,” please.
It’s bad enough working a job where you barely have time to eat, and worse when the person you’re starving yourself for is a bastard.