A PROBLEM OF BIBLICAL PROPORTIONS

A PROBLEM OF BIBLICAL PROPORTIONS

The film will not come to theaters until December, but Ridley Scott’s Biblical epic Exodus: Gods and Kings has already known its share of controversy. In case you were unfamiliar with the upheaval over Scott’s proclaimed “historical” telling of the […]

1984-A-THON: THE HIT

1984-A-THON: THE HIT

What’s the 1984-A-THON? Excellent question. Since fellow MILFer Justin Gott already posted his review for the project, and because I’m entirely too lazy to take the time to come up with my own explanation, I’ll blatantly steal his: “So our […]

FILM SCHOOL FRIDAY LESSON #36 – HOW TO STAY AWAKE FOR LATE NIGHT MOVIES

FILM SCHOOL FRIDAY LESSON #36 – HOW TO STAY AWAKE FOR LATE NIGHT MOVIES

Last time, Film School Friday taught loyal readers how to choose cinema snacks. If you currently have a strange swelling in your stomach that moves when you touch it, there’s a strong chance the dried squid you ate in that […]

VINTAGE VAULT:  STAR WARS

VINTAGE VAULT: STAR WARS

This week, many in the film blogging community are focusing on the films of 1984, and it’s sort of my fault. For a long time 84 has been my favorite movie year, so I decided to hold a blogathon celebrating […]

HORROR THURSDAY: TOWER OF EVIL

HORROR THURSDAY: TOWER OF EVIL

One young woman survives a horrific trip to an abandoned lighthouse and winds up in a catatonic state. Her mind has frozen her body so she doesn’t need to relive what happened on the island. An archaeological investigation requires a […]

ETERNAL CHARACTERS OF THE FILM LOVER’S MIND: THE HUNTING HERO

ETERNAL CHARACTERS OF THE FILM LOVER’S MIND: THE HUNTING HERO

The hero of the Mexico Trilogy’s El Mariachi is a Hesitant Hero, reluctant to embrace the new character the world was asking him to be. As we learned last week, the character El Mariachi clung too tight for too long […]

TGITDNMAR: (8/29/14)

TGITDNMAR: (8/29/14)

For the second week in a row, no new release was able to crack the top two at the box office, as Guardians of the Galaxy and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reigned supreme (although they did flip-flop with Guardians overtaking […]

PLEASE DON’T EAT THE REVIEW

PLEASE DON’T EAT THE REVIEW

For a critic that first step is the first printed joke. It gets a laugh and a whole new world opens up. He makes another joke, and another. And then one day along comes a joke that shouldn’t be made […]