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January 1, 2018 - AMERICAN CARNAGE: TALES OF TRUMPIAN DYSTOPIA
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A Thousand Little Deaths
Danny Oldham just can’t seem to stay dead. Trapped in a cycle of death and regeneration he finds himself in the bucolic Middle-of-Nowhere, Tennessee in hopes of finally getting some peace. Plagued by … Continue reading →
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was an international best-selling trilogy that gave way to three hit Swedish movies, one Hollywood remake that netted a Best Actress nomination, and millions in worldwide revenue. The problem was that its author, Stieg Larsson, died of a heart attack in 2004, before … Continue reading →
The opening shot to Outlaw King promises something that the script isn’t ready to provide. David Mackenzie opens his period epic with a nearly ten minute unbroken shot that drifts in and out of a tent, unfolds a drunken sword match, and then concludes with a catapult hurling a flaming boulder at … Continue reading →
Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria is a confrontation, a bold and unsettling film that ultimately concaves upon itself by its own pretensions. The project has been a long gestating staple of Hollywood for quite a while. Initially David Gordon Greene was set to direct a version and then he backed out to … Continue reading →
The idea of remaking Dario Argento’s horror classic Suspiria seems like movie heresy. How could any filmmaker attempt to come close to the Italian master’s original? Though that has not stopped Hollywood from remaking other horror classics of yore. Italian director Luca Guadagnino (Call Me By … Continue reading →
The Rundown: This adaptation of Sabrina takes notes from the 2014 comic reimagining from Archie Horror and the 90s TV sitcom, running them into some new and awesome directions. Where the show doesn’t deepen the lore of the old show, it reinvents aspects to connect all the different residents of … Continue reading →