Via The Rusty Soapbox-1922 (2017) Review – It’s Bad Because It’s Funny, Among Other Reasons

Why does anyone read a Stephen King book? It doesn’t really matter what’s in the book because in time, you’ll be able to see the movie or the mini-series and find out all you need to know without wasting your time. Quite a few of Stephen King’s books have the same plot anyway. A writer […]

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Via Grindhouse Theology-I Can’t See Where I’m Going, But I’ll Walk There Anyway: The Eschatology of Bird Box [Chris]

*Spoiler alert* Over the past few years, the streaming behemoth Netflix has been investing a lot of time and financial resources into their original programming. From series to stand-up comedy specials to full-length films, Netflix has provided its viewers with a steady stream of new content to keep them busy for quite a while. In […]

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Via We Minored in Film-Think of The Ballad of Buster Scruggs as Twilight Zone: The Western

Light spoilers ahead What does it all mean? What are they really trying to say? What’s being subverted here? I spent far too much time exploring those questions while taking in Netflix’s Joel & Ethan Coen anthology western The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, whose six chapters are framed as coming out of an old storybook. […]

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Via Trash Film Guru-“Creep 2” Still Creepy After All These Years

Everyone from casual horror fans to hard-core “found footage” aficionados was sufficiently impressed with co-writer/co-star/director and co-writer/co-star Mark Duplass’ 2014 indie horror effort Creep — this armchair critic included — to form a sort of impromptu “whisper campaign” in its favor that saw it end up punching well above its weight class and really leaving a […]

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Via Grindhouse Theology [Fred] Father of the Corn, But Not of the Year: Stephen King’s “1922”

What’s with you and corn, Stephen King? You got something against grains when they’re especially tall? In 1922, a movie from 2017 based on a novella by Stephen King, a farmer spends a lot of time in his corn field. Doing weird stuff. Were this Children of the Corn, you would know what I mean […]

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