Why do we like terrible movies? Not just bad movies or mediocre movies–those are depressingly common and a ton are … More
Black and white films hold an important place in film history: before three-strip Technicolor was introduced in 1932, all films … More
Musicians are an odd sort: the type of drive, creativity, and ambition that pushes a musician to the heights of … More
For readers of this site, I have written extensively on the horror genre. While mostly in a humorous manner, live-recapping … More
Let’s play a word association game. If I used the words creepy, kooky, mysterious, spooky, and ooky, my guess is … More
If the 1980s in America was a decade about anything, it was one of excess: a supercharged economy afforded artistic … More
Wherein an over-educated pop culture nerd deals with a crumbling relationship by watching horror movies and recapping them live, with some entertaining results.
A sort of American Andrei Tarkovsky, Gus Van Sant’s films are characterized by long tracking shots, stretches of unbroken silence, … More