Pollyanna McIntosh tears into the misogyny and sexism of the Roman Catholic Church, as well as society in general.
Review by J.T. Johnson SEE IT! If you had told me going into this weekend that I would have enjoyed “Crawl” more than I did “Stuber”, I would have laughed. Yet, here we are as the film is a tight 90 minute creature feature that took me and the audience I was with on quite […]
Despite there being a demonic ventriloquist in Making Contact, nobody quips, “you’d be angry too if you had a hand up your butt.” Lost opportunity. Despite its title, Making Contact is not an alien move. That’s just one of the many, many odd things about this one. Youngster Joey loses his father, and we, the […]
Which brings me back to the topic at hand—that Let’s Scare Jessica to Death (1971) is a dramatic and distinctively American re-imagining of the Garden of Eden story that reveals how our progressive age is just as barbaric as the antediluvian world we encounter in Christian Scripture. And part of what drew my attention to this was the strange fact that Jessica (Zohra Lampert) reminds me so much of my own mother! The suffering of the former compelled me to revisit the situation of the latter. So the question I want to wrestle with here is what does Jessica have to do with Eve?
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Synopsis: Kara, a private nurse and single mother, moves from the big city to the quiet countryside with her two children, 13-year-old Jesse and 8-year-old Cambria, to live with and take care of an elderly man with multiple sclerosis. Things seem normal enough until Jesse discovers a mysterious old relic in the old man’s house,…
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 […]