2022 Limited Series Emmys: Our Personal Favorite Nominees on TV’s Biggest Night

We’re here for the last night of the Primetime Emmys. In most years, I would have gone back and forth over predictions. I’ll let you know that this is not one of those articles. This is a soft prediction night from me. Really, I’m here to spread the gospel of my favorite shows and tell … Continue reading 2022 Limited Series Emmys: Our Personal Favorite Nominees on TV’s Biggest Night

2022 Drama Emmys: Our Personal Favorite Nominees on TV’s Biggest Night

We’re here for the last night of the Primetime Emmys. In most years, I would have gone back and forth over predictions. I’ll let you know that this is not one of those articles. This is a soft prediction night from me. Really, I’m here to spread the gospel of my favorite shows and tell … Continue reading 2022 Drama Emmys: Our Personal Favorite Nominees on TV’s Biggest Night

Bela Lugosi’s Undead – Episode 6 – May (2002) – Directed by Lucky McKee

We're back with 2002's May, a horror film from Lucky McKee. A dark, Frankenstein-adjacent slasher with a Vet Tech surprised us with its surprising themes and ideas.  Come for dark horror, and stay for discussions about Rian Johnson's first job, a very excited Roger Ebert, and the weirdest caterer stories you've ever heard.  00:00 - 05:40 … Continue reading Bela Lugosi’s Undead – Episode 6 – May (2002) – Directed by Lucky McKee

Retrospective: ‘River of Grass’ (1994)- Directed By Kelly Reichardt

Filmmaker Kelly Reichardt has become one of the definitive voices of cinema over the past twenty years. While her independent style has not caught the attention of mainstream moviegoers, she has become a mainstay at the Independent Spirit Awards and the Sundance Film Festival. The director’s first film, River of Grass, was born from her … Continue reading Retrospective: ‘River of Grass’ (1994)- Directed By Kelly Reichardt

Bela Lugosi’s Undead – Episode 4 – HHN31 + Satan’s Slave (2017) – Directed by Joko Anwar

Universal Orlando got the jump on us before we released our episode previewing Halloween Horror Nights 31. However, we jumped back on to run through the recent house announcements, scarezones, and shows. Then, we cover Joko Anwar's highly influential film, Satan's Slave, a pseudo-prequel-remake of the film from the 1980s.  00 - 15:15 - New Original … Continue reading Bela Lugosi’s Undead – Episode 4 – HHN31 + Satan’s Slave (2017) – Directed by Joko Anwar

2022 Florida Film Festival Award Winners – ‘Sirens,’ ‘Once Upon a Time in Uganda,’ and ‘Path of the Panther’ Win Big

On April 18th, the Florida Film Festival announced its winners. They provide Jury Awards, as well as audience awards in many categories. This allows filmmakers to be judged by their peers or industry professionals, and also receive feedback from audiences attending the festival in person. The “Special Jury” awards signify a specific aspect of a … Continue reading 2022 Florida Film Festival Award Winners – ‘Sirens,’ ‘Once Upon a Time in Uganda,’ and ‘Path of the Panther’ Win Big

Top 3 Movies of the 2022 Florida Film Festival

This year, we had the opportunity to attend the 2022 Florida Film Festival. Of the films we saw, these five stood out as the must-see choices of the festival. We hope you enjoy it and let us know which are your favorites! 1. 892 (Renamed Breaking after the festival) – Director Abi Damaris Corbin The … Continue reading Top 3 Movies of the 2022 Florida Film Festival

Review: Despite a Crowded Field and Stiff Competition, ‘Pen15’ Remains a Standout

The pantheon of media portraying pubescent escapades has been steadily expanding in recent years. Eighth Grade, Lady Bird, Euphoria, Good Boys, Book Smart, Mid-90’s. It’s becoming a booming industry all its own, complete with the tropes we’ve come to expect ever since Michael Cera, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Jonah Hill took us for a ride in … Continue reading Review: Despite a Crowded Field and Stiff Competition, ‘Pen15’ Remains a Standout