Soderbergh is good at keeping us entertained us by Plan A, so that execution of Plan B comes as a complete turnaround we as the audience didn’t see that coming.
The wunza movie, Taylor Swift, and how to grieve a dead television show or series.
Surviving in Freddy Krueger’s dreamworld is almost impossible, but what if you had a choice and one of them involves not getting into the lion’s den with the four-fingered crispy nightmare man of dreams gone bad? The other option is easier, less painful, but involves Tom Green.
I’m a kid of ten or so; ten in dreamland age but physically as I am now, a full grown man standing at the top of a stairwell of no more than twenty steps staring down into the abyss of darkness we call the basement. There’s a long buzzing sound from the dryer, cycles end. With one foot descended, hovering …
The IT movies and other examples of fear.
IT works well as just a movie. Even if I had not read the book I would enjoy this film. Why, because it does something that many films fail to do these days: make me feel something. While watching IT, I felt a longing for the moments of childhood when we would ride bicycles and find adventure. There were no …
When I was twelve or so, my father convinced me —kinda forced me, whatever— to ride the infamous carnival ride known as The Zipper. Pops knew I was afraid, and I didn’t want to chicken out in front of him. So, I buckled in and said a prayer under my breath just out of earshot. Don’t close your eyes. But …
No one likes cleaning out the shed, especially when there is a doll watching.
The Emoji movie is just Wreck It Ralph, Inside Out, and the Bee Movie all rolled up into a nonsensical tale of blah.
The Glass Castle is a film account of fragmented moments within a life full of interesting people, places, and experiences that only reading the manuscript or speaking with the author will unveil.