Since the genre first found its way onto a silver screen, horror films have often found ways to be bigger than themselves. Back in 1965, a little film by the name "Night of the Living Dead" featured a black protagonist that becomes the hero of the film. While the world was deep in fights over … Continue reading Review: “Get Out” Talks to Us, and Enters the Pantheon of Horror Classics (SPOILERS)
Comedy capers are only as good as the characters that inhabit their world. Pulp Fiction is the Hall of Fame entry into the genre, with heavily dark comedy strewn throughout the film. Barton Fink remains one of the great Coen Brothers films, despite its diminished popularity among general audiences. Seven Psychopaths and Fargo combine diverse … Continue reading “I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore” Channels Coen Brother Caper Comedy with Tarantino Violence
With the DCU all but dead to rights, it looked like there might never be another great DC superhero film. Then it happened. A DC superhero got a movie that wasn’t a complete turd. In fact, it was spectacular. Who would have thought the saving grace of the DC filmography would be an animated kid's movie? About LEGOs.