Fred Durst directing John Travolta in a creepy horror movie about a superfan that call to mind a whole host of creepy superfan movies? Sure,
When a story starts to run against the internal logic of a system that it has set up, the narrative really should be a believable
Ken Loach shines a light into the hearts and minds of the working class in England. The struggle highlighted here is one with the doublethink
It is a real shame that this series is not continuing. It was interesting to see the opposition of motion versus stillness in this season
001. Sorry To Bother You 002. Black Panther 003. A Quiet Place 004. Hereditary 005. Blindspotting 006. Eighth Grade 007. Mandy 008. Blackkklansman 009. Isle
There are bits of this movie that I liked more, watching it again, and other bits which really just seem to be Oliver Stone mythologising.
I was late to the show with Jim Carrey. The Truman Show, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, and Man On The Moon really were
Comedy is often the best way to digest your political news, because the whole thing is structured in such way that you get a laugh
The Iron Fist has obviously had one of the more problematic journeys to the small screen. Was it less problematic when it was created? Maybe.
I was sold on the book from the first image I saw of it. I buy and read pretty much everything Warren Ellis writes, so