First: Please everyone bow to Matt Patches, one of my editors, who made the .gif as the header for this piece. It is truly breathtaking. Second: Watch these movies! Yes, the final entry is an example of Andy fudging his own rules, but I wrote the fucking thing, and you’re not the boss of me. …
A sterling example of getting what you pay for: A movie about possession that’s also named after possession.
The best movies, the best albums, the best horror, and the best catty side-swipes at whatever’s annoying me at the time of this writing. Happy New Year!
Out with the old, in with the new, but first you’d better watch these ten movies and maybe scare the daylights out of yourself.
The decade ain’t over ’til the ball drops, but eh, close enough in Internet years; let’s all get the pants scared off our persons.
Shrugging off television viewing and ranking has lifted a massive weight off of my shoulders, because a) Television sucks, and b) Writing about television sucks way, way more Obviously I’m not above writing about TV now and again, but don’t anticipate that I’ll mix TV into my “best of” shenanigans again anytime soon. I’m much too …
June is the time of year when we all get too antsy in the pantsy and can’t help talking about what’s best in pop culture. The bad news is that there’s not a lot in pop culture worth getting worked up about in 2019.
And it took a good bit of legwork to actually get to ten, let me tell you!
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.)