There’s a moment early on in The Boy where you’re either going to think it’s the dumbest movie you’ve ever seen or completely brilliant. I err on the side of the latter, loving the audaciousness that demands that you believe that a porcelain doll could be alive. Director William Brent Bell brings you along for […]
In 2052, Jonas seeks answers. In 2019, Winden deals with the missing six. And in 1921, Noah meets himself.
Review by J.T. Johnson Welcome to ‘Stranger’ Recaps, a new series of articles where I recap and review every episode of the first two seasons of “Stranger Things”! The idea is that starting today and for the next 16 days, I’ll be releasing a review in a buildup to the release of “Stranger Things 3”. […]
All around auteur — he was a writer, director, producer and editor — Charles Vincent began his show-business career in regional theater as a director and stage manager in his native Michigan. He worked for the Yale Repertory and the Negro Ensemble Company before making his cinematic debut in 1971 with the adult film The […]
n Japanese folklore, Yuki-Onna or Snow Woman, is a yōkai, which is a kind of demon, spirit or supernatural monster. Presented here is a retelling of a story called Yuki-Onna, from Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things, by Lafcadio Hearn.
Originally posted on blackwings666: PETER CUSHING – MAY 26, 1913- AUGUST 11, 1994
Twenty years, in terms of horror films, doesn’t sound all that long. Yet it adds up to a generation, and the list below reflects that. It’s a catalog of the cinematic fears and obsessions that define an era. The list is also destined to start a few fights (no, I’m not a fan of “It […]