On April 23, 2016, Beyoncé dropped her new album Lemonade by way of a television event. It was an exciting Saturday night for many of us and marked a new form of album ownership different from that of #Yeezy3: Lemonade is a multimedia event. Continue reading “#Obsessed #With #Beyoncé: Seven Years Of The Best Beyoncé Movie Ever”
There has been a lot of talk recently that, thanks to the election, we’ve reached the point where our society has become the movie Idiocracy. It’s sad and it’s funny and it’s uncomfortable and it’s something so horrible that we cannot let the film’s truth actually become our reality. Continue reading “The Purge Is The Horror Version Of Idiocracy”
I have stared into the eyes of the devil and they are metallic and they belong to a machine. They aren’t even eyes: it’s just teeth. They look so smooth and soft, like you want to pet them as if they are the hood of new car. They jut out and they turn and they feel like gums rubbing against each other in perfect harmony. Continue reading “Stare Into The Teeth Of Hell And Protect Your Fingers”
Since the movie The Lazarus Effect came out earlier this year, I wanted to know: how is it?? It kind of looked really good. The cast is stacked and the plot is a fun play between religion and science. That sounds good!
Also, it’s directed by the guy who did Jiro Dreams Of Sushi.
What if someone was touching you, feeling you up, getting into your bits but, instead of with real hands on you, it was only a presence? What if the hands of a ghost were feeling you up? Would you be excited about this or a little freaked out?
Bruce Springsteen is a very successful musician. He has great hair, he has lots of hits, and he will always be kind of hot. He is an American artistic icon. So is his sister. Kind of? She’s an American cult icon whose “career” is owed to her much more successful brother.
The most underrated, overlooked, and generally dismissed movie genre is horror. No one takes it seriously. Sometimes it feels like I am the only one hoping and praying that every film will somehow become The Babadook, a perfect intertwining of the dramatic and the dreadful. It’s easy to feel like you are the only one who takes this genre seriously because people love to treat it like a cinematic indulgence.