Beginning your television series with a shot of a teenage girl running through the streets, wide eyed and covered in blood, is definitely going to get you some Carrie (1976) Continue Reading
As the whole world slowly self-isolates, more and more of us turn to our streaming services for a way to pass the time. Some look for hopeful, positive films to Continue Reading
Another week, and another episode of the podcast. This time it is all about pandemics. Give it a listen here.
Before Westworld became known as HBO’s latest critically-acclaimed and highly-successful show, Westworld was an ambitious 70’s gem of a genre blend between the wild west and the futuristic fiction. Enter Continue Reading
Blood on Her Name begins immediately after a catalyst: There’s a body of a man on the ground – his head bludgeoned as he bleeds to death, and a disheveled Continue Reading
The 2010s were an exceptionally eccentric time for the medium of film. In it, we saw the masterworks of classic directors, as well as the talents of upcoming auteurs. Though Continue Reading
Set amongst the city where trademark wings are ravished upon, sauces are swiped off the faces of sports-obsessed men, and over-enthusiastic shouts are targeted at the TV as the all-American Continue Reading
The American Dream, the idea that anyone can pull themselves up by their bootstraps by taking things into their own hands to become successful and self-sufficient, is sought after by Continue Reading
Almost 13 years after its release, and it being the only Quentin Tarantino film I hadn’t seen, I finally watched Death Proof.